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STEM Fuse Opens 'Got Game?' Competition
Curriculum development company STEM Fuse has invited middle- and high-school students to compete in its 2014 Spring Got Game? Competition. To enter, students create games using GameMaker Studio or GameMaker Lite. (The Studio version is available as a free download here.) The game must be original work by the student(s) submitting the entry, and each student or team can submit only one game.
The competition is open to students from fifth through 12th grades, competing in two divisions: Fifth- through eighth-graders compete in the Junior Division, while the Senior Division is for ninth- through 12th-graders. STEM Fuse will judge each game on originality, overall design and quality, complexity and enjoyment, as well as through voting on the STEM Fuse Arcade.
First prize includes a $250 Best Buy gift card and a free STEM Fuse course subscription (a $1,499 value). Game submissions will be accepted through May 31, 2014, at 5:00 p.m. Central, and winners will be announced on June 6.