In this warm season of thawed lakes, green mountains, and plentiful daylight, a small group of students will spend a month in quiet, air-conditioned classrooms in the city. They chose a different kind of summer fun: making video games at New York University's Camp/Game: Intensive Video Game Creation.


Not that they'll be zombied out in front of computer consoles. The campers, all guys ages 15 to 20, will use the Center for Advanced Digital Applications' cutting-edge facilities to learn the techniques behind best-selling digital masterpieces such as "Doom," "Quake," and "Madden N.F.L. Football."


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