We can confirm now this year’s Get in the Game Career Talks will be visiting 65 universities across the UK – almost 50% more than last year’s talks. This year will be our biggest yet, and we couldn’t be more excited!
Its only 17 days until our Get In the Game Career talks kick off and we hit the road.
We’d like to thank Boss Alien for working with us to make Search For A Star a success. As part of their involvement with the graduate programming competition, Lead Programmer & Co-Founder Richard Bangs is kindly giving his time to act as judge for the competition and Senior Programmer Ryan Sullivan will be available as a mentor for the finalists. Boss Alien are also generously providing a selection of awesome prizes for all finalists.
This year’s finalists are seriously good – Over 200 entrants reduced down to an exclusive 5 graduate programmers & 3 second year students
After showing off gameplay videos of this year’s Search For A Star entries yesterday, we’ve got a hands-on option for you today – download the game projects onto your Win8 phones to play for yourself! As part of both the Search For A Star and Rising Star competitions, students were required to develop and a game from a […]
Congratulations to Gavin Jones of the University of Central Lancashire, the 2013 winner of Search for a Star, the industry recognised student games development competition. “Entering Search for a Star seemed a natural decision as an opportunity to apply and demonstrate my abilities”, says Jones. “The second round of SFAS in particular proved both a […]