Mathews High School’s video game design team swept the SkillsUSA Virginia Interactive Application and Video Game Design Championships, held last month at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.
MHS brought home both the championship and runner-up medals. Evan Scribe and Anthony Warinner earned the championship with their 3D educational game, “Crab Simulator.” In the game, players take on the role of a blue crab at the bottom of the Chesapeake Bay searching for food and avoiding both predators and pollution. Porter Seals and Nicholas Bean scored a silver medal for their 2D side scroller called “UnAwoken.”
The games were created with a variety of professional-grade graphic design, 3D modeling and simulation software. Both games were programmed in the C Sharp programming language.
“We are very grateful to the Mathews Community Foundation who generously equipped a cutting-edge computer lab for Mathews High,” said MHS technology teacher Jason Smith...
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