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Gaming for Twelve Hours at Montréal Joue Festival

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March 02, 2018

On Saturday, February 24, gamers at the Montréal Joue Festival had the chance to play “Manoir”, a game developed by our students.

LaSalle College and Inter-Dec College were on hand as silver partners for the Montréal Video Games event that kicked off the festival.

The public was invited to play an array of games created by Montréal developers and studios. Gamers could play from noon to midnight at the UQAM Cœur des Sciences building.

“Manoir” was created by students from the most recent graduating class. It was their final project, presented in the fall of 2017 during the Jury event.

The purpose of this event is to present graduating student portfolios and group projects to local businesses and to hear constructive feedback that will help them advance their careers.

Familiar Faces

The stands for Greatnest Studio and Pixelz Games were staffed by Pierrick Chagnon and Raphael Fortin, both of whom teach at Inter-Dec College, along with several other employees who are also Inter-Dec College graduates.

In addition, the game presented by Greatnest Studio, “Spacemen in Space”, is an updated version of a game created a few years ago by students from Inter-Dec College.

Our students’ talents were on full display at the Montréal Joue Festival!

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