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Global Game Jam at NEIT

Game designers work on the art and programming code for their game during the 2013 Global Game Jam at New England Institute of Technology. The 48-hour, game-design event was held Jan. 25-27 at 317 jam sites in 60 countries and included tens of thousands of participants. NEIT had 54 contestants, including from left, Matthew Karn, NEIT graduate, Chase Hermanson, NEIT graduate, Rhode Island School of Design senior Chris Culbertson and Allisandra Briggs, RISD senior. More

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Global Game Jam at NEIT

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Game designers work on the art and programming code for their game during the 2013 Global Game Jam at New England Institute of Technology. The 48-hour, game-design event was held Jan. 25-27 at 317 jam sites in 60 countries and included tens of thousands of participants. NEIT had 54 contestants, including from left, Matthew Karn, NEIT graduate, Chase Hermanson, NEIT graduate, Rhode Island School of Design senior Chris Culbertson and Allisandra Briggs, RISD senior.

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