DADIU is proud to present the new graduation games, where the students have created six bold games with meaning and depth.
The six games are the second batch from the Danish games education DADIU (The National Academy of Digital, Interactive Entertainment) since the education was extended into a full semester.
Since late August, around 95 students from art schools and universities in all of Denmark have been immersed in computer games. They have been taking classes, attending workshops and, lastly, been part of a game production.
For the game production they have been working in six full-fledged teams from November until now.
DADIU’s game consultant Søren Lundgaard, who is also the students’ primary consultant at DADIU, is very excited: ‘This year, all the games have great depth and want to tell the player something. I see that as an expression of where gaming is now. In my opinion, games are maturing and are starting to deliver deeper gaming experiences.’
Watch a trailer with all the six games: