Gaming Club’s hidden message; passwords are here
Published: Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Updated: Friday, November 2, 2012 17:11
Downtown Campus student, Eldon Kurth is the project director of “Voyage of the Argonauts.”
The Computer Simulation and Gaming program is providing hidden clues that have passwords for Alternate Reality Game within this article. The program uses transmedia as the median for the game.
“This MATC Times article will incorporate the passwords in order to get thru the game,” according to Kurth.
Passwords are already incorporated within the game “Picture Hunt,” which is the last one for the CSG program. By clicking on a picture in the game that appears out of place, the gamer finds new technology. Approximately 25 students over 2 semesters will be working on the new games, according to Kuth.
Kurth spoke about the changes in place for Portfolio Night. Kurth said, “Portfolio Night has changed to a more employer oriented event rather than a family night. The event gives a chance for students to show their best work to employers as well as promoting MATC.”
Emil Harmson, an instructor presented to the MATC board the Gaming Club (aka Mothership) ideas. Also, Dave Thomas, the department head of VICOM helped promote ideas for the Portfolio Night and the Gaming Club, said Kuth.