A game-changing event for students
A game-changing event for students Archive for 2017
Release Date: 22 January 2018
Teams of Dundee and Angus College students were put through their paces last week in an exciting competition. Fifty students from computing and creative media took taking part in the two-day event to design their very own games.
Winning team "Anti-disestablishmentarianists"
Judges included games creators Ninja Kiwi, publishers DC Thomson, mobile developer Outplay Entertainment, and the University of Abertay. Event sponsors Thorntons Solicitors and YoYo Games were also in attendance to provide support.
The winning team "Anti-disestablishmentarianists" which comprised of Certificate in Interactive Media students Sean Leys, Rhys Brennan, Matthew O'Halloran and Ross Gauld also won the judges commendation for Gameplay.
The judges commended team "Error 418" for their marketing and promotion and "AVA Games" for their graphics and design.
Course Leader for Computer Games Development Lesley Morrison said:
“This intensive but fun experience was a great way for students to collaborate in a subject area they all have a passion for. To have so many people involved, not only from students and staff, but guests from the gaming industry and local businesses gave the event an extremely high level of credibility.”
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