Video Games


The ability to solve problems is a trait that is useful in life in general. Basic programming knowledge can change the way we interact with the technologies we use (and take for granted) daily, and can open our eyes to the infinite possibilities of coding. Open-world and survival games are often open-ended (as in creativity), with the player tasked with either surviving for a certain amount of time or as long as they can in that individual playthrough. Dragon's Apprentice and Mirrorverse are two of the forerunners in this story.