We’ve got a new article about the 2015 Search For A Star competition over at gamesindustry.biz, explaining the benefits of taking part in the competition and why it is so important for those wanting to break in to the games industry.
Our latest blog is now up, covering our time curating last week’s graduate-focussed Day 1 of the Launch Future Gaming & Digital Conference, featuring Microsoft Rare, Lift London, Modern Dream, Exient, Playground Games and more!
Check out all that was on show during the first day of LAUNCH 2014 curated by Aardvark Swift & Grads In Games
We were at the biggest gaming event in the North of England, giving guidance to students and graduates looking to get into the games industry.
The first of our new monthly blogs about Grads In Games is now live over at Develop Online. This first one deals mainly with the upcoming Get In The Game tour, in which we visit 60 universities across the UK, delivering our industry backed careers guidance. Aardvark Swift and Microsoft are visiting 3,000 students across […]
Aardvark Swift is delighted to announce that Microsoft have confirmed they’re on board as a partner for Search for a Star 2015
After 3 challenging rounds including over 230 entrants from 52 universities, the winners of the 2014 Search For A Star & Rising Star competitions have been decided.
We’d like to thank Born Ready Games for working with us to make Search For A Star a success. Principal Engineer Greg Booker and CEO James Brooksby are kindly giving their time to act as judge and mentor respectively. Greg is also part of the team responsible for designing and assessing the first two stages of the competition.
We’d like to thank Marmalade for working with us to make Search For A Star a success. As well as providing the Marmalade SDK framework for all entrants to use in the second stage of the competition, Marmalade are also generously providing extended SDK licenses to all finalists and full Indie licenses to the winners.
We’d like to thank Exient for working with us to make Search For A Star a success. As part of their involvement with the graduate programming competition, Exient CTO Jason Fielder and Lead Programmer Neil Holmes are kindly giving their time to act as judge and mentor respectively.