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 […]