Putting skill back into first person shooters. We're a small team of three students working on our first title, "Rain" - finally mixing tactics, skill, speed and decisions into a single game.

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Updated 1 year ago TBD Single & Multiplayer First Person Shooter

"Rain" is a first person shooter with strong emphasis on teamplay and thoughtful acting. Players are able to solve missions using their own approach...

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Apr 14 2015, 9:32am

Ooh Skype on Android updated, maybe... Nope, still randomly missing notifications and blank screens.

Apr 14 2015, 5:28am

Can I just go home again?

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"I'm going to show you a simple file format you'll probably use later as well" Oh great, XML... "JSON" I love this lecture

Apr 10 2015, 5:24am

@no_trick_pony Can do that for some, depends on requirements - still don't have the time

Apr 7 2015, 8:15am

Oh you want to learn about actually usable databases? There's a Master's class for that

Apr 7 2015, 5:37am

Not on the curriculum: The issues with vendor lock-in in education and the industry

Apr 7 2015, 5:28am

Also fun this semester: Databases class, sponsored by Oracle, Software Engineering class, sponsored by IBM

Apr 7 2015, 5:27am

Provided I actually manage to get good enough grades in the Bachelor's degree and won't be kicked out for sucking at maths

Apr 7 2015, 5:17am

Master's curriculum looks somewhat interesting, but I'd still have to stretch that from 2 to 4 years if I wanted to learn something.

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