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Science Game Development Is for Everyone!

I have spent the last 14 years learning how to develop video games about science. In 2008, I stepped away from my biochemistry lab bench and started learning about sprites and colliders… I basically got a second Ph.D. in video game design, development and production. I made a game and now scientists reach out to me asking for advice to make their own games.

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Our goal: Get the average 12 through 50 year old to play with molecular cell biology and biochemistry.

Plan: Create a commercially successful game that requires the player to use proteins for their correct functions in order to win.

Problem: What is molecular cell biology and biochemistry?

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