Mark Doughty

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ASCII Challenge 2011/12

First year Games Computing and Computer Games Production students finished their 60 second ASCII game challenge yesterday. The submissions were very impressive with many drawing on a retro theme to complement the ASCII look. The games were all developed using GameMaker Lite and were completed after around 5 weeks...

Amy Guy – “take charge of your own journey..”

    Amy Guy graduated from The University of Lincoln, School of Computer Science in 2011 with a first class BSc(Hons) Web Technology degree. After studying for three years, which saw Amy working for Google as an intern student one summer, travelling to India to work on a charity project and generally...

“Learn To Lead” on Italian TV

The Social Computing Research Centre which is within the School of Computer Science has been working on a collaborative serious game development project called “Learn To Lead”. Learn To Lead (L2L), which is funded by the European Union Lifelong Learning Programme, aims to deliver training to SME’s in the...

Another successful open day!

The School of Computer Science was pleased to welcome prospective students and parents to the University open day on saturday. Demonstrations from members of the Computing Society and the Community Game Project gave visitors a taste of some of the activities students in the School are able to do. The...