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Start of my final semester
by Patrick Purcell on 02/12/13 11:05:00 am

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I am a programming student at Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy.  My class has one semester left til graduation and everyone has several projects left to finish.

During the course of the curriculum, I have developed a custom game engine using XNA.  I am the lead engineer of a team consisting of 1 other programmer, 3 designers, 2 artists, and 1 producer to put out a highly polished level of a game that we pitched a couple of weeks ago.

Aside from the game, every student has also been tasked with recreating a feature or asset from a well known game.

The feature that I am going to be attempting to recreate is the rewind functionality from Braid.  As I dig into this project I will be posting relevant research, screens, and code snippets.


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