Catch up on the latest news and events from around the DigiPen community.
Nightingale and Playfair, DigiPen’s two newest lab rooms, equip students with controlled test environments and new research tools.
This year’s Rookie Awards included several honors and commendations for student games, film projects, and more.
The co-founders of Artful Games discuss their unique debut title, born from a freshman game project.
The DigiPen BFA graduate is taking The Loud House and The Casagrandes from TV screens to the printed page.
Mandi Paugh was a student at DigiPen when she inadvertently created what would go on to be the longest-running fan site devoted to Capcom’s “Blue Bomber.”
The three-student DigiPen game team breaks down their viral hit fusing chess matches with deathmatches.
We caught up with graduates Ryan Spencer and Jeff Keely, two veteran programmers at Deep Silver Volition who helped ship the new Saints Row reboot.
The 2018 DigiPen BA in Game Design graduate breaks down his work with KBR at one of NASA’s major research centers.
The MFA alumnus talks about crafting the iconic Prisoner Iron Mask and more for FromSoftware’s acclaimed RPG.
Recognized in international competition, the team looks back on their impressively polished action game.
The DigiPen game team breaks down the unique aesthetic and mechanics behind their puzzle horror game project.
The DigiPen graduate reflects on merging her love for opera with digital art and going her own way as an MFA.
Check out trailers for the game projects that DigiPen students created during the 2021-22 academic year.
BFA students Hwa Min Jung, Annie Hanson, and Joe Rouverol discuss their award-winning entries.
Please join us in celebrating the students, staff, and faculty members who led by example throughout the 2021-22 academic year.
In his Advanced Physicality in Animation course, Jandro suits up and distills a decade of motion capture experience for students.
DigiPen’s senior game design lecturer and resident Star Wars aficionado breaks down his picks for the five best games set in a galaxy far, far away.
We’d like to extend a warm welcome to the new faculty who joined DigiPen this past year, as well as congratulate those who have been recently promoted.
The senior quest designer and DigiPen alumna breaks down her role on Guerrilla Games’ post-apocalyptic hit.
We’re excited to announce two new scholarships for DigiPen students that were made possible thanks to a charitable donation from ProbablyMonsters.