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Submitted by SactoGamer 264d ago | news

UC Davis neurology student creates software for video game makers

A UC Davis neurology student turned videogame maker is hoping to change the future of PC gaming.

Josh Klint, the founder of Leadwerks Software, brings videogames to life with a multi-platform 3D engine. Based out of midtown Sacramento's Hacker Lab, Klint makes the software so you can actually build and play your own games. (Dev, Industry, Leadwerks Software)

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ifritAlkhemyst  +   264d ago
Kudos to this guy. I don't know how he did it. I imagine being a neurology student is as tough as a chem engineer. No idea where he found the time to do this but it's freaking awesome.
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Rhaigun  +   263d ago
I'm checking it out. Currently, I'm learning C#, so we'll see how easy this is.

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