Hundreds of gamers got to try out some of the most creative video games under development Friday, Dec. 8, during the annual “EAE Play” event hosted by the College of Engineering’s Entertainment Arts & Engineering video game development program.

Forty-four student-produced video games and apps were on display at the event, held in EAE’s studio in the former law library. Attendees got to try out the games for the first time and provide important feedback to student developers. One of the games at the show, “Virtual Home Sim,” is being developed for virtual reality headsets and helps social work students experience what it is like to conduct a home visit. Click the video above to see the app in action.

Below is a gallery of photos at this year’s event.