Game development through independent student activities

  • Róbert Bérci Capsys Ltd
Keywords: extra-curricular; education; software development


Nowadays, non-formal (extra-curricular) and informal (non-organized) forms of learning are increasingly appearing. The game development to be presented in the article was also implemented in such an informal environment. The possibility of personal growth in this methodology is much more in programming subjects. The project was implemented online so that smaller country clubs can easily take advantage of the application. The game development steps and implementation details have also been developed, which can provide useful information for other similar students to develop their own tasks.

How to Cite
Bérci, R. (2018). Game development through independent student activities. Computers & Learning, 1(1), 26-38. Retrieved from