Microsoft UK : Our Industry Partners
Over the last three decades, Microsoft has consistently transformed the way that people live, work, play and connect through great technology. Microsoft are constantly driving advances in cloud computing, developing new ways for people to interact with technology at home, at work and on the move, while transforming education and public services.
Microsoft are heavily involved in education initiatives in the UK and believe it is vital for our economy to help secure the future for young people in Britain.
We’d like to thank Microsoft for working with us to make Search For A Star a success. As part of their involvement with the graduate programming competition, Microsoft Technical Evangelist Lee Stott is kindly giving his time to act as judge for the competition. Microsoft are also generously providing the Microsoft Campus as the venue for the Finals day, a selection of awesome prizes for all finalists, and free publication to the Windows 8 Phone Store for all second stage games development projects.
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Download Search For A Star 2014 Games for free from the Windows 8 Phone Store :
“Muddle” by Fraser Tomison of Abertay University
“Search For A Star” by Harry Rose of Gamer Camp, Birmingham City University
“Star Smash Story” by Felix Jones of Kingston University
“Gemolution” by Milcho Milchev of the University of Hull
“Marple Match” by Shane Jennings of The University of York
“Planetoids” by Kevin Meergans of Sheffield Hallam University
“SFAS Saga!” by Ciro Durán of Goldsmiths, University of London
“AlienHeads” by Sam Parras of the University of Bristol (Rising Star)
“Face Blaster” by Tristan Bell of The University of Birmingham (Rising Star)
“Idempanel” by Sam Hosny of the University of Bristol (Rising Star)
“Rising Star” by Diede Apers of Howest, Belgium (Rising Star)
“Match And Draw” by Anton Georgiev of The University of Birmingham
“ConnectStar” by Ermano Arruda of The University of Birmingham (Rising Star)
“BlockHunter” by Gert Dhaenens of Howest, Belgium