You can watch or download the winning entries from 2014 here:
Angle Rebound; Physics Run; Cubes and Dimensions; Evolution Maze; Jack’s Bricks; Smog Game.
Entrants are permitted to use any available game development software, however the judges must not need to purchase software in order to play the finished games. For this reason, the use of the following free or education-licensed platforms is encouraged:
Last year I worked with some students who used Gamestar mechanic to create these games:
The Force of Gravity
The Way of Gravity
No Gravity Maze
The Darven Mines
The Quest of the Spooky Cave
A League Scout's Dream
Defeat the Enemies
It goes up, it comes down
The Gamer's Quiz
Avatars vs Forces
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