CD4 HunterTM, a new educational mobile game developed by Drexel University College of Medicine researchers that turns players into microbes, is now available to download from iTunes and the Google Play app store. In the […]
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Want To Help Plan For an Alien Invasion?
If science fiction movies have taught us anything, it’s that it typically takes a widespread and concerted effort to turn aside a space alien invasion. So as Drexel’s Entrepreneurial Game Studio prepares its citywide, […]
Q+A: Survival of the Coolest? The Struggle to Get Noticed in the Marketplace of Games
As a small game development company or startup, it’s hard to get noticed in a sea of hundreds of thousands of new games each year. This is one of the constant challenges for students embarking […]
Can ‘Pokémon Go for Hackers’ Teach You Cyber Self-Defense?
A Drexel professor wants to help you think like a cybercriminal. Why? Well, as pervasive as cybercrime is — from portable card scanners picking up your personal and financial information via remote radio frequencies, to […]
Is ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’ The Modern-Day ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ ?
In just over three weeks a mobile role-playing game featuring Kim Kardashian as your life coach has made more than $85 million and is projected to eclipse $200 million in sales by year’s end. While […]
Saving Cats in Outer Space – How Drexel Students Designed a Mobile Game That Supports Animal Welfare on Earth, Too
Kittens are floating off into the cosmos and you’re their only hope. Sheer terror collides with utter cuteness in a mobile game designed by students in Drexel’s Entrepreneurial Game Studio. But Galactickitties, the first offering […]
An undergraduate digital media student is changing the way people play games on their mobile devices and, in doing so, helping to change the game design industry itself. Greg Lobanov has been making games for […]