In the news: Pak Attack game made possible by CGT talent

One of the newest games for your iPhone or iPad was created by six people who all have ties to Purdue’s Department of Computer Graphics Technology (CGT).

The game, Pak Attack, was created by Morvid Interactive LLC, a company in Purdue Research Park, which was co-founded by Carlos Morales, associate professor of computer graphics technology, and his student David Nelson, who earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the program.

Morales and Nelson hired a team of four CGT alumni to work on all aspects of the game. The team included Chelsea Bill ’11, Sennett Johnson ’11, Andrew Lind ’08, and Stephen Woodall ’09.

Read more about the game and its release.

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David Nelson was featured in the 2011 issue of Innovation. Read his story.

 

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