SimServer is the name of a game that myself and a couple of friends (Josh Durgin and Zvi Effron) created for our CS 121 (Software Development) class in the Fall semester of our Junior year at Harvey Mudd College. The intended goal is to teach some basic computer architecture skills to students; the effect is more along the lines of providing a pretty good screensaver.
SimServer is an interactive, educational game created by three students at Harvey Mudd College. Using a gameplay style familiar to anybody who’s played a game of SimCity, this game teaches players about the basics of computer architecture.
- Cross-platform, uses wxWidgets to display native widgets
- Friendly, colorful artwork
- Uses good design principles!
|Main Game Screen||In-game Help||Statistics Window|
- Windows binary, version 1.0
- Source available upon request