Game Dev Educators: A contest for your students!

Calling all game development educators!  Your students can benefit from being involved in our Intel Visual Adrenaline Game Demo Challenge going on right now!  Students from a wide range of disciplines can enter, including those with a focus on video game development, art, computer science, music/composition, computer programming, and much more.  Students can form small teams where one student may code the game play, another may do the code threading, another may design the soundtrack, and yet another can develop the game art; it's a great group activity.  Your students will also receive trial licenses of our most popular Intel® Software Product tools to help them develop and perfect their entry!  See our contest Terms & Conditions page for more details.

The majority of our entries are usually from small developers and student groups. In fact, past winners have included student teams from DigiPen Institute and other educational institutions.  A group or educational class can win any of the prizes offered, but only one person or corporate entity will be awarded any prizes (for tax purposes).

So what are you waiting for?  The deadline for phase 1 entries is July 1, 2009.  This could be a great opportunity for your students to learn teamwork, code real world game development projects and win some great prizes to boot!  If you have questions about getting your class involved with this contest, feel free to comment at the end of this blog post or to contact us through our Game Demo Challenge forumGame on!

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