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Add-A-Tudez Entertainment presented a game design seminar at the O'Haire Motor Inn called Video Game 101 to the Montana Game Programmers Associations. Local game designers Add-A-Tudez Entertainment teamed up with the Montana Programmers Association to try and spread the joy and plant the seeds into future game designers here in Great Falls. "Hopefully just a love for game design honestly me and Josh you know have always been gamers, we have always loved game design we always love gaming and we just want to spread the love," says Trevor Hughes, Vice President.  The boys at Add- A-Tudez Entertainment were happy to see folks in the community really getting into their discussion. "A bit surprised by the questions there is always people who stand out in the crowd of course and there is always somebody who is interested in one specific thing and asks a lot of questions about that very specific thing, you can always kind of pick them out," explains Trevor Hughes. Local video game fans got their chance to meet and ask question about game companies they look up too. "Really to any other company that does this and does like a great job with the game and I just appreciate it so much with gaming," says video game fan Enrique Typaldos. Due to it's success, Add-A- Tudez and the Paris Gibson Square Art Museum will be bringing back more game designing classes through out the entire year to empower youth through video games. "It's because its kind of a cool thing to do but it spreads the passion it shows people how the video games they play are a step by step processes and it de-mystify the process and empowers them through it," says President Josh Hughes.

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