Yesterday, aspiring game designers in the the Ozone and Comet & Satellites programs visited Gamewright in Newton. Gamewright employees taught students about the process of producing a game from the initial idea up to the final printing. Students also learned about the selection process — Gamewright receives over 500 idea submissions each year, and they only develop a handful of these game ideas. One of those games, Sleeping Queens, was invented by a 12 year old. Students got to see the prototype and the initial cut of this BASCP favorite.