(left to right) Jackson “Jeb” Bishop, Josiah Lansford, and Luke Bullis pose in front of the play screen for “Game Stonks,” one of the five games created by Cedarville’s team.
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The student-developed graphic for “Game Stonks,” a game that highlights some of the modern craze surrounding GameStop.
From the classics, like Pac Man and Donkey Kong, to current favorites like Minecraft and Animal Crossing, video games have been capturing the attention of the world for decades. Inspired by this love for high-tech play, a group of Cedarville University students just made their own addition to the gaming legacy.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "New Video Games Takes 17 Students, 48 Hours to Create" (2021). News Releases. 1279.