We’ve reached the last day of our second week of Get In The Game, with Boss Alien, Red Kite Games, Cardboard Sword, Inertia Games & BetaJester. After our long trip up to Scotland last week, this week we remain close to home, in our neighboring Yorkshire cities. Like last week, we’ve had an excellent turn-out from students, with some rooms being so packed that some of us had to sit on the floor!
Record number of games published as part of this year’s competition, from 40 students across 25 universities.
This year has been our most exciting year yet, also being the first year that we’ve hosted competitions for both games code and art.
The finalists for 2016 are….
All 29 of the games produced in the 2015 Search For A Star and Sumo Digital Rising Star competitions, listed for you to download and play for free
Day 7 of the Get in the Game Careers Talks Tour saw us return home to Yorkshire to visit Sheffield Hallam University & the University of Hull.
With the final round taking place at the Microsoft Campus on Monday, let’s take a closer look at our three Rising Star finalists for 2014; Milcho Milchev, Sam Parras and Sammy Hosny.
Out of over 90 initial entrants, these three second-year students have excelled through the first two stages of the competition to earn their place in the final.
This year’s finalists are seriously good – Over 200 entrants reduced down to an exclusive 5 graduate programmers & 3 second year students
With the second round of this year’s Search For A Star competition now closed, we’re giving you a video preview of some of this year’s games projects from both the Search For A Star & the Rising Star competitions. We’ve been massively impressed with a lot of the competition entries this year & wanted to share some of them […]