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 Video Game Design for Children

McMaster Children and Youth University

Presented by: Dr. Brock Dubbels
Togo Salmon Hall, Rm 120, McMaster University


Video games can be a lot of fun. But, have you ever stopped to wonder how they are made? Dr. Dubbels will examine the different types of video games and explain how they’re developed and what makes them so entertaining. This event is intended for children 7 to 14 years of age.

Welcome to MCYU

MCYU offers free, monthly Saturday morning lectures for young students (7-14 years old), to spark their curiosity and expose them to the university environment.


2 Girls playing video game_GJ31724Our speakers present topics about science, arts, social science and more.

These fun, kid-friendly lectures provide

the opportunity to learn from a real professor,

find out what it feels like to be on campus,

and get a taste of what university life is like!


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