New Student Game – Produce Parade is a BIG hit at PAX !
Produce Parade is a racing game where the racers are vegetables. This is a hybrid farming simulation and racing game made by our 2022 graduating class during their 1st year production project. Take special care of your produce pal and grow them into a top-tier racer! Earn CroptoCurrency by racing to buy treats to boost…Read More
Battle your way to the top through this award-winning 3D deck-building game by AIE Students
Discarded is a 3D, deck-building game about toys that rip parts off of other toys for themselves. Set in an abandoned home long after humans have perished, you’ll fight off numerous foes, each more monstrous and lonelier than the last. The world is a harsh one, but only you have the power to fight to the top and confront the ruler of this land:…Read More
All Patched Up a side-scrolling adventure game by AIE Students
All Patched Up a major project by Team Fire. Second-year students of the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development and Associates of Occupational Studies at AIE. The game was developed over the course of 16 weeks by a team of 6 using the Unreal Engine.Read More
Bring in the winter season with First Frost!
First Frost was developed on the campus of AIE Lafayette as the major project for a group of 2020 graduates in the second year of their Advanced Diploma in Professional Game Development. The game was developed over a 6-month period by a team of 10 using the Unreal Engine.Read More
AIE Student Lands Prestigious Internship with Gaming Industry Leader Riot Games
A continual passion for video games has led Second-Year student Catherine Levine to have an opportunity with gaming industry powerhouse Riot Games, known for game titles like League of Legends and Valorant. Her journey to the Riot Games internship started with learning about some of the cultural changes happening at the company. Riot Game’s emphasis on culture and people ultimately attracted Catherine…Read More
AIE Minor Production Process
One of the most valuable parts of the course for our Game Development students is the opportunity to collaborate with their peers from other disciplines for their final project at the end of each school year. Internally, those projects are referred to as “Minor Production” and “Major Production” respectively for our first year and second…Read More
Art Institute Seattle Displacement Info Sessions
If you are a displaced Art Institute student, please take note that the Academy of Interactive Entertainment Seattle Campus offers learning track towards careers in the following: Game Art & Animation Game Programming Game Design & Production 3D Animation & VFX for Film We are aware that every person’s situation is different, and there are…Read More