Inland Empire Students Premiere "La Chancla" at GameStop
November 4, 2016
Recently, students from The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire, a campus of Argosy University, launched a new virtual reality video game, “La Chancla.” The game was launched at the Redlands, California GameStop store.
The students, Evan Gasper, Kian Williams and Lidia Nuno, created the game using the Oculus Rift system, in MAAA323 Emerging Technologies class led by instructor Joel Thornton. Each student is working toward a Bachelor of Science in Game Art & Design.
The launch was a success with many people lined up out the door to play the new game.
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