MIT CMS.611J Creating Video Games, Fall 2014
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Instructor: Richard Eberhardt
In this video, Richard Eberhardt discusses his role at MIT, games he's currently playing and making, what he's looking forward to about teaching CMS.611, and what he'd like to see in the future of games.
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