Welcome to home of 'Game Development Techniques' module!

This is the home of 'Game Development Techniques' module. Part of the BSc Computer Games Programming degree at the University of Derby.

This site is co-owned by the students and teaching staff. It may be updated at anytime by anyone from the group.

Its goal is to become the ultimate resource for this module, allowing those involved to produce advanced Unreal Total Conversions.


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