Math in the Game Industry!

by  Add-A-Tudez Entertainment Company

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This program covers how math is important to the development of video games, and how math helped the industry grow!

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By Request: $150.00
By Request Premium: $125.00

The $150.00 covers 1 day for 1 class period/hour/talking session. We are available for other types of connections ('virtual booths' at expos as well as connecting for multiple periods), please reach out to us for a case-by-case basis on those kinds of connections.


45 min + Q/A

Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Teacher(s)/Educator(s), Parent, Adult LearnersPublic Library: Library Patrons, Library Staff

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Primary Disciplines

Economics/Business, Fine Arts, Industrial Technology, Leadership, Performing Arts, Sciences, Social and Emotional Learning( SEL), STEM

Program Delivery Mode

Google Hang Out

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Add-A-Tudez Entertainment Company

Great Falls, MT
United States

Add-A-Tudez Entertainment Company (AEC) is home to Montana's 1st two PlayStation and Xbox certified game studios: Team KAIZEN and Ingenium! We view our studios as 'teaching studios' which means -on top of making games- we also give talks and demonstrations to show the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math), Careers and Community Impact behind game design and entrepreneurship!

Josh Hughes

Program Details


1. We begin with introductions.
2. We give a brief history of what we do and how we got here.
3. We show examples of our work and explain basics of game design.
4. (If necessary) We have the students show us their work on games if they are working on them.
5. We engage the students in an open conversation either about the games they are working on or games (board, video or playground) they like and apply the basics of game design to them.
6. Time is allowed for questions and answers.


-Show how game design is a process of teamwork and analytical thinking.
-Show how entrepreneurship can be a pathway to post school success.
-Show how examining one's own gut reactions to features/content can be developed into a systematic thinking habit that can lead to success.
-Develop an appreciation for the work that goes into game design.
-Spark the passion for game design and game entrepreneurship.
-Create understanding of personal branding.