Web development and game design students ‘breakout’ – Niagara Frontier Publications

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Tue, Apr 19th 2022 02:25 pm

Students in Michelle LeFauve’s web development and game design program at the Niagara Career and Technical Education Center recently completed a fun project. In order to prepare for their final project of the year – building a breakout game/escape rooms – they tried their hands at solving a breakout game.

The game is similar to an escape room, without a room. The goal is to solve a series of puzzles to open locks on boxes. The first team to open the final box wins.

“It was a great way for the students to have the opportunity to demonstrate their problem-solving skills,” LeFauve said. “Their final games will be played by other Orleans/Niagara BOCES students.”

Pictured, from left: Shane Leone (Lewiston-Porter) in the corner, Michael Ortiz (Niagara Wheatfield) with the flashlight, and Jackie Reynolds (Niagara Falls) and Jacob Lynch (North Tonawanda). (Submitted by Lisa Bielmeier, director of public relations at Orleans/Niagara BOCES)

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