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Game programmers survive the Storm on DallasNews.com (thanks J. Simms and David Hall) details how Monkeystone Games' John Romero and Tom Hall "will be instructing computer science majors at the University of Texas at Dallas on the finer points of game programming and design," in a course slated to begin with this year's fall semester. Though inexplicably tagging the ever-accessible Romero as "standoffish," the article does a pretty good job of chronicling the rise and fall of ION Storm and the Daikatana project that lead to Romero and Hall forming the scaled-down Monkeystone, and describes how the class will focus on creating gameplay, adding: "they'll mostly stay away from formal instruction on how to create and run a game development company."
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