Assistant Teaching Professor, Becker School of Design/Tech
A long-time fantasy reader and tabletop gamer who gravitated towards digital RPGs and Japanese media (manga and anime) during college, Nevin Flanagan is interested in games as a form of immersive storytelling as well as creating new systems of strategy and mental exercise. His focus is on programming and other technical development skills with a particular interest in user interfaces, but he also serves as the program’s advocate for physical and table-top game development. He holds an MFA in interactive media from Becker College as well as an M.S. in interactive media & game development from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Most interesting games include Odin Sphere, Alundra, the Grandia franchise, and Return to Dark Castle, as well as the Cortex Prime system.
Pronouns are he/him/his.
- M.S. in Interactive Media & Game Development, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 2014
- B.A. in Digital Media Production, Ithaca College, 1998
- Becker School of Design/Tech
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Mythifex Demonstration at PAX East
Boston Conference & Expo Center
Apr. 22, 2022