UCF Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy

University of Central Florida's globally ranked graduate game development program.

Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy is a globally ranked graduate game development program at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Fla.

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07/03/2024

We’re officially one month away from our Cohort 20 Final Capstone Game Presentations!

Four teams made up of 78 grad students have spent more than two semesters of intense work and creative collaboration designing and developing an original game from scratch. Guided by a team of experienced faculty, the capstone game process is designed to reflect the same workflow, technology, and processes used in the industry to prepare students for the next steps into their careers.

Watch the livestream from the Bridge on our YouTube channel on Friday, August 2 starting at 1pm:
https://www.youtube.com/

Read more about each of the four games on our blog:
https://fiea.ucf.edu/news/cohort-20-final-capstone-game-presentations-on-august-2/

06/25/2024

Tapping into Games 🕺🎮

FIEA Technical Design Director Ron Weaver packed up his tap shoes and traveled to Germany this summer to speak (and yes, tap!) at the Cologne Game Lab. He was invited to share experiences from his career in games, which is heavily influenced by a life in the performing arts. A lifelong dancer, he has applied this theater background at Walt Disney Imagineering and even the choreography for a Hannah Montana console title.

Ron performs and teaches improv at SAK Comedy Lab in Downtown Orlando and leverages it within the FIEA curriculum, helping students gain confidence giving presentations/pitches, face difficult personal conversations, and take creative risks. Alumni continually highlight improv as the thing they feared most coming into FIEA, yet quickly grow to enjoy and appreciate this unique skill.

06/19/2024

Taken by storm! ⚡️

Six of the 20+ FIEA alumni currently working at Red Storm Entertainment (Ubisoft) visited our Cohort 20 students last week, offering insight into the industry and advice on applying for internships and jobs. These particular professionals, already familiar with FIEA curriculum and cohort culture, answered questions from current students about industry culture, workflow, software, working from home, and much more.

Outside of classes and building capstone games, alumni guest speaking events are one of the activities where students get to connect directly with professionals. Organized by Industry Relations Coordinator Courtney Lewis, these talks, on most Fridays during the summer, come at a critical moment for students as they wrap up their capstone games and apply for internships and jobs for their final semester.

Thank you, Red Storm!

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Great Balls of FIEA 🎳🔥

Goodness gracious! It’s been a whole pandemic since we’ve had a local alumni party. We finally broke that streak last weekend and invited FIEA alumni, students, faculty and staff out for an afternoon in the A/C for bowling and billiards. More than 130 people from the past 20 cohorts met up at Boardwalk Bowl for the return of the annual event.

FIEA’s network of 1,000 alumni works to support other FIEAns through the industry, share job and internship opportunities, review portfolios, and many often return as guest speakers, sharing their knowledge and insight with current students.

If you’re alumni, join the FIEA Alumni group on Facebook, or DM us your email address, to learn more about upcoming events.

06/13/2024

Friends from Beacon College’s Career Immersion Program (CIP) got a behind-the-scenes look earlier this month into what it takes to be a game dev at FIEA.

The CIP summer program from Beacon, a Leesburg-based institution dedicated to educating primarily neurodivergent students, made the trip to Creative Village Orlando at UCF Downtown to tour FIEA and Studio 500. Executive Director Ben Noel also discussed the impact and scope of the gaming industry, and future opportunities available for neurodiverse students both at FIEA and in game design and development. Each student received a copy of the book Creativity, Inc. by Ed Catmull, co-founder of Pixar Animation, and Amy Wallace.

05/29/2024

Are you looking to apply for FIEA for the Fall 2024 term? Your last chance is coming up on June 7!

We have four portfolio review dates (PRDs) each year, and the last one is approaching next week! A PRD is an online submission deadline when all application materials are due, and it’s the first of five steps in applying to FIEA. Following a PRD, we review student portfolios and make admission decisions for the Fall 2024 term.

Check out our website for all five steps on how to apply, what you need, and when you need to submit your materials: https://fiea.ucf.edu/admissions/5-steps-to-enroll/

Let’s build some cool games 😎 💻 🎮

Game Changer Files: Marchand Venter '17 '18MS, Environment Artist at Obsidian Entertainment - Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy 05/22/2024

Game Changer Files 🎮 📁 Marchand Venter ’17 ’18MS, Environment Artist at Obsidian Entertainment

We’re asking FIEA alumni five questions about their experiences before, during and after graduating from UCF’s top-ranking game development program. We caught up with Marchand Venter, currently working on The Outer Worlds 2, at the Game Developers Conference in March in San Francisco. Marchand shared his advice on staying relevant: “The industry is a marathon. Look after your health, but don’t think it will slow down for you if you refuse to keep up the pace.”

Read more on Marchand’s dedication to his continuing education and the artist community.

Game Changer Files: Marchand Venter '17 '18MS, Environment Artist at Obsidian Entertainment - Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy We're asking FIEA alumni five questions about their experiences before, during and after graduating from UCF’s top-ranking game development program. Environment Artist Marchand Venter '17 '18MS from Cohort 14 prioritizes industry community involvement and never stops learning. We caught up with Ma...

05/16/2024

Eat 🥘 Game 🎮 Test 🧪 Repeat 🔁

For the past two months, our four Cohort 20 capstone teams have been testing their games for bugs, inconsistencies, pace, and analyzing for other opportunities to make their games more enjoyable to play.

Students from South Sumter High, Murray Middle, and Walker Middle schools sat down to playtest Fantasmagorie, Caesura, Starboard, and Chroma, and gave valuable feedback on potential improvements. The teams made notes and will continue to update their games as they get closer to the end-of-Summer deadline.

Project Lead Yegues Schettini of Overgrown Studios, which is currently building the roleplaying capstone game Caesura, described the playtesting experience.

Just three months to go!

05/13/2024

Questions? 👋 We’ve got answers! If you’re thinking about applying to FIEA, UCF’s top-ranked graduate game dev school, we’ll be here to answer your questions during our LIVE ONLINE CHAT on TUESDAY at 7pm EDT! This is our last chat before the final portfolio review deadline for Fall 2024 admission.

FIEA faculty and staff will demystify the admissions process, curriculum, GRE scores, portfolio reviews, jobs, cohort culture, student life, scheduling a tour, and more!

Register for the chat: https://applynow.graduate.ucf.edu/register/f24fac4

05/03/2024

Interactive digital puppets, forgetful ghosts, and talking AR statues all made appearances in student-built prototypes at last week’s GameLab presentations at Central Florida Tech Grove.

Guided by FIEA Director of Strategic Partnerships Erik Sand, Cohort 20 students applied gaming tech to seven non-gaming industry partners and created interactive prototypes to show how they might help educate, train, instill empathy, entertain, or solve other problems. Partners included Central Florida Navy League, Veterans Health Administration (VHA) - U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Lockheed Martin, USAF 338th Cyber Training, Judaic Studies Program at UCF and many others.

Read more about each immersive experience on our blog: https://fiea.ucf.edu/news/gamelab2024/

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As the Spring semester wraps up, we’re celebrating the accomplishments of our outstanding faculty Rick Hall and graduate student Aamir Vora! 🏅🏅

If you’re a FIEAn, you know Rick Hall. He has seen all 1,000 alumni pass through FIEA, and this month, the UCF College of Sciences recognized him for outstanding instruction and his contributions to student success. A published author with more than 15 years of experience in the gaming industry, Rick helps producers to navigate the ups and downs of game development, and guide students through the development of their capstone games.

Cohort 20 student Aamir Vora won the Outstanding Graduate Creativity Award from the Nicholson School of Communication and Media. NSCM recognized Aamir for his incredible 3D character and portrait skills seen in his work of Naruto character Shikaku Nara (view on ArtStation: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/04mrl8).

👏👏👏 Congrats, Rick and Aamir!

Game Changer Files: Israel Garcia-Diaz '18MS, Experience Designer at EA SPORTS - Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy 04/18/2024

Game Changer Files 🎮 📁 Israel Garcia-Diaz ’18MS, Experience Designer at EA SPORTS

We’re asking FIEA alumni five questions about their experiences before, during and after graduating from UCF’s top-ranking game development program. Israel Garcia-Diaz was in the process of moving from Puerto Rico to Orlando after getting accepted to FIEA. A month into his first semester, Hurricane Maria struck the island where his family still resided.

“Miraculously, I managed to return to Orlando a month and a half later, convinced that my academic journey at UCF had come to a halt, and contemplating withdrawing from the program,” Israel said. “I approached FIEA’s executive director Ben Noel for guidance. In that pivotal moment, Ben, a compassionate figure, reignited my aspirations.”

Read more about Israel’s resilient journey and his advice to up-and-coming game devs: https://fiea.ucf.edu/news/game-changer-files-israel-garcia-diaz-18ms-experience-designer-at-ea-sports/

Game Changer Files: Israel Garcia-Diaz '18MS, Experience Designer at EA SPORTS - Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy We're asking FIEA alumni five questions about their experiences before, during and after graduating from UCF’s top-ranking game development program. Eric McGinnis '21MS from Cohort 17 made a career change from strength and conditioning coach to 3D artist.

Donate | UCF Day of Giving 2024 04/11/2024

It's here! Follow the link below to give to FIEA for ! In the specific fund text area, enter "Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy Support" or "Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy Scholarship."

We appreciate your support! 🖤💛🎮

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04/07/2024

Happy , Orlando! Today, we celebrate our hometown, our neighbors, and our place in CCreative Village Orlando here in the city beautiful.

Established in 2005 with a mission to create high-wage talent for the growing video game development industry, the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy opened its doors in Creative Village with just 12 students. UUCF Downtown in partnership with VValencia College brought more than 7,000 students to the campus to live, learn and work in the heart of the city, providing pathways into innovative career fields and foster collaboration with neighbors like EEA - Electronic Arts In 2021, EA opened its Orlando studio and located all Florida operations to Creative Village, just a block away, placing students within walking distance of job and internship opportunities.

The collective impact has made Orlando is one of the fastest-growing video game and simulation development regions in the world.

United States of Abduction - FIEA Cohort 20 RPP Game 04/02/2024

United States of Abduction! 👽🛸

Rapid Prototype Production, a course led by FIEA’s technical design director Ron Weaver, involves several rounds of game development, pushing students to design beyond boundaries. Students get to work on many different teams making prototypes every few weeks, learning everything that goes into making a solid prototype.

“The goal of the game was to teach players about the geography of the United States, mainly the locations and population size of cities by making players abduct every person in each city,” Ted Agriogianis said, one of four Cohort 20 students who developed United States of Abduction. In just two short weeks, Ted’s team achieved that goal, and then some: Players must also complete a randomized list of tasks, which encouraged them to explore more of the map and abduct a diverse set of cities. Fighter jets and helicopters worked in their respective city defenses, which varied based on city size.

Cohort 20 team members: Ted Agriogianis, Nick Cancio, Yang Chen, and Eric Wang

https://youtu.be/zhmBRKikyxo?si=6UN9uIlAHYlfaHTC

United States of Abduction - FIEA Cohort 20 RPP Game United State of Abduction, RPP game created at Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy by Cohort 20 students, involves teaching players about the geography...

Photos from UCF Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy's post 03/27/2024

1,000 Strong 💪

Alumni and students from the past 20 cohorts converged at the Pink Elephant for the annual FIEA Alumni/Student Party at the Game Developers Conference - GDC in San Francisco on Thursday. Once students graduate from FIEA with a master of science in interactive entertainment, they become part of a worldwide network of producers, artists, and programmers that is now 1,000 strong. GDC provides a unique opportunity for FIEAns from all over to get out from behind their desks and meet, reinforcing industry support for new grads.

Special thanks to our industry partners at Iron Galaxy Studios, Elijah Montoya, our friends from Limbitless Solutions, and art director Dan Savage, for stopping by!

03/21/2024

Setting the world on FIEA ☝️🥇🌎

Once again, FIEA is ranked as the No. 1 graduate game design program in the world by the Princeton Review. Feeling grateful for this honor to our program made up of diverse and talented students and alumni, passionate faculty and staff, and the supportive industry professionals in Creative Village and across the world. Rankings were released earlier this week while many FIEAns are attending the Game Developers Conference - GDC in San Francisco.

Congrats to UCF’s undergraduate game design program for their No. 5 ranking! Go Knights! Charge On! 🖤💛

Read more: https://www.ucf.edu/news/ucfs-fiea-ranks-as-worlds-no-1-graduate-game-design-program-for-4th-time-in-5-years/

Photos from UCF Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy's post 03/20/2024

Coast to coast ✈️ 🌁

This spring break, many of our FIEA faculty, staff and students have headed to San Francisco for the annual Game Developers Conference - GDC, the industry’s professional event bringing the global community together. Here, attendees can sit in on lectures and panel discussions, take five at community spaces where they can play games and network, and walk through the expo which showcases the latest game dev tools and services. We hope to see many of our industry friends and alumni there, too!

03/19/2024

🏆☝️🥇

🎮🏆 Attention gamers and industry leaders! 🌟 When it comes to game design education, there's no denying that UCF Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy stands out among the rest 🚀

🔝 Ranked No. 1 in the world for the fourth time in five years, our graduate game design program sets the bar for excellence. But that's not all! Our undergraduate program, Games and Interactive Media, has soared to No. 5 globally, marking its highest ranking yet.

🌎 Both the graduate and undergraduate Nicholson School of Communication and Media programs are based right here at UCF Downtown, the 💛 of Creative Village Orlando.

👩‍🎓 With exceptional faculty who bring strong academic and industry backgrounds, we're preparing students for success with challenging courses and real-world experiences. The Princeton Review and PC Gamer recognize our programs among the best in the world, highlighting our commitment to academic excellence and graduates' career outcomes.

Read more ➡️ https://ow.ly/B8mZ50QXb2s

03/11/2024

Questions? 👋 If you’re thinking about applying to FIEA, UCF’s top-ranked graduate game dev school, we’ll be here to answer your questions during our LIVE ONLINE CHAT, TUESDAY at 7pm EDT!

FIEA faculty and staff will demystify the admissions process, curriculum, GRE scores, portfolio reviews, jobs, cohort culture, student life, scheduling a tour, and more!

Register for the chat: https://applynow.graduate.ucf.edu/register/f24fac3

03/08/2024

A slice of capstone life 🎮

Our first Cohort 20 capstone game update comes a week after Vertical Slice, a milestone in the game design and development process. More updates to come, ahead of the final capstone game presentation in August!

Fantasmagorie by Needlepoint Productions
Chroma by Dragonfly Games
Starboard by Spunky Studios
Caesura by Overgrown Studios

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Homeward Bones - FIEA Cohort 20, RPP Round 4 02/29/2024

Homeward Bones 🧟‍♂️ 🦴

Rapid Prototype Production, a course led by FIEA’s technical design director Ron Weaver, involves several rounds of game development, pushing students to design beyond boundaries. Students get to work on many different teams making prototypes every few weeks, learning everything that goes into making a solid prototype.

Spawned in RPP, Homeward Bones is a charming and touching game about a zombie who must journey home to feed his dog. Developed over two weeks, students were encouraged to focus on storytelling in game design, so the team developed this brief yet emotional game that makes use of environment-based puzzles and unique rope physics.

Cohort 20 team members: Marissa Manley (programmer), Willow Rachels (3D artist), Aniket Rajnish (tech artist), Max Wolf (tech designer), and Dhruv Yadav (level designer)

https://youtu.be/TBjA-NTnI4U

Homeward Bones - FIEA Cohort 20, RPP Round 4 Gameplay footage from the Cohort 20 RPP project, Homeward Bones, a charming and touching game about a zombie who must journey home to feed his dog. This prot...

02/19/2024

Fire and spice! 🔥🌶️

Congratulations to Cohort 20’s Bryce Lush who won FIEA’s 13th Annual Chili Cook-off on Friday. Lush, who competed under the team name “Better BBQ Than JR”, dethroned the standing undefeated champion, FIEA’s very own John “JR” Rotolo, who claims to have won all 12 previous chili cook-offs.

Lush’s chili won both audience and judges’ top marks, competing against 13 other chilis prepared by FIEA students, staff and faculty, other departments around UCF Downtown, and friends from the University of Florida. Healthy discourse among contestants also broke out over whether chili should include beans.

Lush’s recipe, which contained beans, included brisket prepared using what he referred to as the Pit Master technique: “I slow smoked my brisket for several hours on my pellet smoker. Then I chopped/cubed up the brisket into perfect sizing for each bite and added all the ingredients to my cast iron dutch oven and smoked the entire thing over night. I woke up every two hours to go out and stir the mixture to keep incorporating the smoke throughout it. After smoking the mixture for over eight hours, I added it to my slow cooker to keep it warm and ready for the contest.”

Rotolo could not be found for comments.

Should chili include beans? Share your thoughts in the comments!

Spark STEM Fest to begin this weekend at Orlando Science Center 02/18/2024

WESH 2 News caught up with our talented 3D art faculty Nick Zuccarello on Friday at Orlando Science Center's Spark STEM Fest! Inspiring the next gen of gamers, Nick showcased his own 3D character creations and shared some VR experiences for the kids. Spark STEM Fest runs through Monday.

Spark STEM Fest to begin this weekend at Orlando Science Center It's the most popular event of the year at the Orlando Science Center.

02/14/2024

ICYMI: 🏆 CAT 4, a team of four FIEA Cohort 20 students, won first place in the graduate/professional division at the first FIEA Collegiate Game Jam at Creative Village last month for their game CATastrophe: Sunshine Shenanigans.

“You play as a pair of greedy cats who are fighting the other cats for the perfect sunbathing spot,” Jeffrey Zhang, team captain, described. “Your goal is to hog all the sunlight to yourself by creating a giant Rube Goldberg machine to lure, scare, or otherwise remove all the other cats from the center of the café.”

Teams in two divisions, undergraduate and graduate/professional, raced for 43.5 hours to design and develop a video game based on the theme of sunshine.

View game playthroughs from all participating teams at the Game Jam on our YouTube playlists:

👾 Undergraduate Games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgIoi_FqWFM&list=PLifzMiArU4Se0ZRlTkbpDNfIYyHSqUBHp

👾 Graduate/Professional Games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzBMFh5-2ec&list=PLifzMiArU4SexQakS5Jmep-amiEwpeI-f&index=1

FIEA Announces 13th Annual Chili Cook-off on February 16 - Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy 02/07/2024

Do you have what it takes to make the best chili at UCF Downtown? Bring it!

Our 13th annual Chili Cook-off is February 16! Submit a crockpot of at least 6 to 8 quarts of your very best chili for all to sample. Tasting will begin at 12 p.m. in the Soundstage at UCF Downtown. Teams and individuals from within FIEA, UCF Downtown, Nicholson School of Communication and Media, and around Creative Village Orlando, are welcome to enter their chili.

Can’t cook, but want to taste? If you are not entering a chili, but would like to attend and taste award-winning chili, you can still attend for $5. Details: https://fiea.ucf.edu/news/fiea-announces-13th-annual-chili-cook-off-on-february-16/

Vegetarian chilis and cornbread are welcome!

FIEA Announces 13th Annual Chili Cook-off on February 16 - Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy Do you have the best chili in UCF Downtown? Submit a crockpot of at least 6 to 8 quarts of your very best chili to enter FIEA's 13th Annual Chili Cook-off on February 16! The sampling will begin at 12 p.m. in the Soundstage at UCF Downtown.

01/31/2024

Interested in learning more about our globally ranked graduate game dev program? Attend our Open House on Friday!

Tour FIEA and our studios, mingle with faculty, and learn more about UCF’s Master of Science in Interactive Entertainment. We’ll be here to answer your questions about the admissions process, curriculum, and the industry.

🗓️ Friday, February 2
⏰ 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
🗺️ The Bridge (CMB 127) in the Communication and Media Building at UCF Downtown

Register today: https://applynow.graduate.ucf.edu/register/2024FIEAOH

01/26/2024

Trippin’ through LIFE 🚐

The Learning Institute for Elders (LIFE at UCF), a nonprofit enriching the lives of Central Florida’s diverse senior community, toured the UCF Downtown campus today, as part of their Trippin’ through LIFE program. LIFE offers experiential trips providing cultural, environmental, and learning opportunities on and off campus.

The tour kicked off at FIEA where our executive director Ben Noel gave a history of the Creative Village and the impact of the gaming industry to the group. Professor and MOCAP engineer Cheryl Briggs gave a brief overview of the motion capture studio while students calibrated cameras and actors suited up during a workshop for students.

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FIEA Cohort 20 Final Capstone Game Presentations on August 2, 2024 at 1pm
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Fire and spice! 🔥🌶️ Congratulations to Cohort 20’s Bryce Lush who won FIEA’s 13th Annual Chili Cook-off on Friday. Lush,...

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