The will hold its second annual on Wednesday to show off the top-rated game school’s student work.
, head of USC Games, said in an interview with GamesBeat that the expo will feature more than 80 student games, about the same number as last year. But the guest roster is expected to grow from 800 people to more than 1,200.
“This is the biggest student game show in the country,” Bilson said. “It’s a Herculean effort to do every year.”
The games were selected by a committee that reviews proposals from students across the college. It also includes demos of games made by USC alumni. One of them, Where Cards Fall, was made by alumnus Sam Rosenthal. Apple will publish it on its Apple Arcade