On the upper floors of the DigiPen Institute of Technology in Redmond, Wash., small teams of student game developers huddle together over monitors, clicking and tweaking visuals and game mechanics, taking their best shot at what is for some of them the first game they’ve ever developed.

At 22 and with three years of experience, Harrison Barton is a regular in the computer lab, designing two games since he enrolled in DigiPen’s Game Design program.

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