Video Game Design Teacher Shows Student's 'Glitch' To Class

February 1, 2017

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This is a short video of high school video game design teacher John Gainelli displaying the 'glitch' in one of his student's games to the rest of the class. Apparently it's not actually a glitch though, the student just turned off his character's gravity to see what would happen. Whatever, I'm more surprised that there are video game design classes in high school. We definitely didn't have those when I was a teenager. The closest we ever came to video game design was playing Snake and Drugwars on our graphing calculators in math class.

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Thanks to David M, who just wishes there'd been a pastry baking class in high school. Right?

  • Zachary Zarko

    I teach game design to high school students using Construct2, GameMaker Studio, Unity, and Unreal. It's really fun.

    I taught my son the basics a few years ago, and he ended up going to Ringling College and landing a great job at EA Sports Tiburon Studio in Orlando.

  • Meh

    Lame. Really why bash a student over this when real game companies release shit full of buggs.

  • Ollie Williams

    This isn't a glitch. The student turned on the Michael J. Fox plugin.

  • wmcbain

    savage

  • Ollie Williams

    And yes, I am well aware I'm going to hell. See you all there.

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