STEM Fuse: Got Game Competition

Ages:Middle School, High School

Categories:Coding & Computer Science, STEM

Scope:International

Registration Closes
Jan 15, 2020 5:00pm
America/Chicago

Do you want to share your games with others and have a chance to win prizes? If so, submit your game to the GOT GAME? competition.

With the competition, all participants will receive these benefits:

  • Both individuals and teams can collaborate to create an amazing game
  • Games may be showcased to our entire audience of 2.2 million students
  • A public site to showcase your game development talents
  • Have the chance to win prizes for you AND your school

All Games Must Meet the Following Requirements:

  • Games must be created using Construct 3 by Scirra.
  • Games must include a link to a Google Doc with credits to any Creative Commons assets (graphics, audio, etc). View a sampleĀ here.
  • Games must include instructions on how to play the game within the game itself (ie. instructions button on title screen).
Additional Requirements
    • The game programming must be the original work of the student(s) submitting the entry.
    • Non-original works will be disqualified and school will be in jeopardy of having all other student games removed.
    • Games must not include copyrighted characters.
    • There are no restrictions or rules regarding the type of game, number of levels, complexity, etc.
    • Only one game submission per student.
    • No limit to the number of submissions from a single school.
    • Student may work as individuals or as part of a team (no more than five per team).
Tips & Tricks
    • Games with both desktop (keyboard/mouse) and mobile controls (touch) are more accessible to public voters.
    • Consistent graphic style (ex. all hand drawn; all vector style) make for a cohesive gaming experience.
    • Be bold with your game genre - we receive lots of platform games, so consider how you can make your game unique!
    • Incorporate multimedia! Used together, sound effects, music, and animations can have a great impact on players.

The judges will be selecting a winner based on the following criteria:
    • Originality
    • Overall Game Design and Quality
    • Game Complexity
    • Enjoyment (how fun is your game?)
    • Voting on the STEM Fuse Arcade
NOTE:The top three places will be chosen by a panel of STEM Fuse judges, all with backgrounds in game design. The game with the most votes takes the People's Choice award.
This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Website: https://arcade.stemfuse.com/got-game

Managing Organization: STEM Fuse

Contact:

customerservice@stemfuse.com

Entry Fee:

Eligibility:
Contest is open to students (Grades 5-12) enrolled a GAME:IT series course.

Registration Closes
Jan 15, 2020 5:00pm
America/Chicago

Overview

Do you want to share your games with others and have a chance to win prizes? If so, submit your game to the GOT GAME? competition.

With the competition, all participants will receive these benefits:

  • Both individuals and teams can collaborate to create an amazing game
  • Games may be showcased to our entire audience of 2.2 million students
  • A public site to showcase your game development talents
  • Have the chance to win prizes for you AND your school

Process

All Games Must Meet the Following Requirements:
  • Games must be created using Construct 3 by Scirra.
  • Games must include a link to a Google Doc with credits to any Creative Commons assets (graphics, audio, etc). View a sampleĀ here.
  • Games must include instructions on how to play the game within the game itself (ie. instructions button on title screen).
Additional Requirements
    • The game programming must be the original work of the student(s) submitting the entry.
    • Non-original works will be disqualified and school will be in jeopardy of having all other student games removed.
    • Games must not include copyrighted characters.
    • There are no restrictions or rules regarding the type of game, number of levels, complexity, etc.
    • Only one game submission per student.
    • No limit to the number of submissions from a single school.
    • Student may work as individuals or as part of a team (no more than five per team).
Tips & Tricks
    • Games with both desktop (keyboard/mouse) and mobile controls (touch) are more accessible to public voters.
    • Consistent graphic style (ex. all hand drawn; all vector style) make for a cohesive gaming experience.
    • Be bold with your game genre - we receive lots of platform games, so consider how you can make your game unique!
    • Incorporate multimedia! Used together, sound effects, music, and animations can have a great impact on players.

Criteria

The judges will be selecting a winner based on the following criteria:
    • Originality
    • Overall Game Design and Quality
    • Game Complexity
    • Enjoyment (how fun is your game?)
    • Voting on the STEM Fuse Arcade
NOTE:The top three places will be chosen by a panel of STEM Fuse judges, all with backgrounds in game design. The game with the most votes takes the People's Choice award.

Awards

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Participate

Website: https://arcade.stemfuse.com/got-game

Managing Organization: STEM Fuse

Contact:

customerservice@stemfuse.com

Entry Fee:

Eligibility:
Contest is open to students (Grades 5-12) enrolled a GAME:IT series course.

Deadlines

Registration Closes
Jan 15, 2020 5:00pm
America/Chicago