Teams of graduate students at the University of Central Florida's Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy on Aug. 7 demonstrated their capstone projects -- fully polished video games they'd spent months creating. Photos by Tara Libby/FIEA           (19 photos total)

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    1A display at UCF's Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy shows video games that FIEA graduates have worked on.

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    2A promotional poster for the game "Junkers" created by FIEA students.

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    3A promotional poster for the game "Lanterns" created by FIEA students.

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    4A promotional poster for the game "Life Unfolds" created by FIEA students.

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    5A promotional poster for the game "Mall Cop" created by FIEA students.

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    6A promotional poster for the game "Totem" created by FIEA students.

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    7A FIEA student works on the game "Junkers."

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    8FIEA student Alexander Wetherington fine-tunes his team's game, "Lanterns."

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    9Chad Simpson works on his team's game, "Mall Cop," at UCF's Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy.

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    10FIEA student Cindy Sterling works on her team's game, "Lanterns."

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    11Roy Matos works on art for the game "Life Unfolds."

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    12A screenshot of "Lanterns," a game created by a team of students at the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy.

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    13Roy Matos works on artwork for the game "Life Unfolds."

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    14A student at the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy work on video games they've produced.

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    16Students watch demonstrations of video games created by their classmates for their capstone projects at UCF's Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy.

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    17FIEA student Isabelle Henriques presents her team's capstone project, the video game "Lanterns," to students, faculty and others.

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    18Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy students demonstrate their capstone project, the video game "Junkers."

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    19Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy students demonstrate their capstone project, the video game "Lanterns."