RIT’s Media, Arts, Games, Interaction and Creativity Center opened its Game Developers Conference 2015 booth today on the expo floor. The booth features four games created by RIT students and alumni: Splattershmup, A.V., Super Daryl Deluxe and Wulverblade. This is the first year that MAGIC has hosted a booth at GDC.
Check back tomorrow for an in-depth look at each of the games being showcased.
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