Locally made video games available to public this weekend

Samantha Miles tests out one of the games made by RIT students that will be on display this weekend at the ROC Game Fest.

Henrietta, N.Y. -- RIT is working to turn the Rochester area into a hub for video game design and development.

More than two-dozen video games designed by local gamers will be available for the public to play this weekend.

The RIT MAGIC Center is co-sponsoring the Made in Rochester Game Festival (ROC Game Fest) Saturday from noon-5 p.m. at the Irondequoit Public Library on Titus Avenue.

Samantha Miles visited some of the students working on the games this morning to give us a sneak peek. She even tried some of the games out herself.

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