This week kicked off the Spring quarter at RIT and I've been enjoying getting my new classes started. For the Games Programming curriculum I am taking Foundations of 3D Graphics Programming and we formed into groups and are already well on our way. To help with documenting our group's progress along the way, I have set up a new blog which all our group members will be contributing to. Our group has decided to attempt a lacrosse-type game with AI controlled players and a twist: anything goes. A game where scoring goals may be secondary to annihilating the other team. It should be fun, if not impossible. Wish me luck.
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