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Community Design Challenge Opportunities Student Challenge


It’s that time of year again! Games for Change is excited to announce the launch of the 2019 G4C Student Challenge Competition. Students across the country have been working hard all year to design and code digital games focused on social impact themes. Starting today through April 1st, students will be able to share their work for the chance to win national recognition and a bevy of cool prizes, including a $1,000 Grand Prize Scholarship from Take-Two Interactive!

War Thunder System Requirements – PC, Mac & Linux
Sunday January 01, 2017

War Thunder System Requirements The War Thunder system requirements provided below show the minimum and recommended War Thunder system requirements for PC, Mac and Linux/Steam OS computers. War Thunder is a free to play massively multiplayer combat game where players battle against each other in World War II era vehicles. With the official release players […]

We invite all middle and high school students in our participating cities of Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, and New York City to submit their games for consideration. Games must be about one of this year’s Student Challenge themes: Automated Communities 2050, Disrupt Aging: Implications of Living 100 and Endangered Species. NYC students can also submit games that address a fourth theme: Envision Gender Equity, Diversity & Inclusion.

⏰ 1 Week Left to Purchase Tickets for #G4C18 ⏰
Thursday June 21, 2018

  The Games for Change Festival is only 1 week away! Register now to snag the last few spots in reserved sessions and a ticket to AU & HEVGA’s networking happy hour.  Join AU & HEVGA’s Happy Hour Receive an invitation to join #G4C18’s Happy Hour with American University Game Lab, Higher Education Video Game Alliance (HEVGA) and […]

Each game will be evaluated by panels of industry jurors on Gameplay, Originality, Use of Theme, and Wow Factor. Winners will be recognized at the middle school and high school level for each theme in each participating city. More information on award categories, evaluation criteria, game guidelines and student eligibility can be found on the competition portal website: bit.ly/g4c_challenge

FreeOrion Gameplay Tutorial
Friday January 20, 2017

This is one of the best game play video tutorials available for FreeOrion, the turn based strategy game inspired by Master of Orion. The tutorial runs about 18 minutes in length and should provide you with enough information to get started playing the game. The post FreeOrion Gameplay Tutorial appeared first on AllGamesAtoZ.

At the end of it all, we will invite all Student Challenge participants to a live awards ceremony in each city to celebrate the incredible work of our finalists and cohort educators. Awards Ceremony dates will be announced in the upcoming weeks and posted on our Events Page.

Good luck, and let the games begin!

1) Visit the competition portal: bit.ly/g4c_challenge
2) Create an account
3) Complete the entry form and hit ‘SUBMIT’


February 1 – Submission portal opens
April 1 – Deadline for all game submissions is 11:59 pm ET.
April/May – Judges evaluate game submissions. Finalists notified in May.
May/June – Winners announced / prizes awarded at Awards ceremonies in each city.

Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles:
(1) Automated Communities 2050 (2) Endangered Species (3) Disrupt Aging: Implications of Living 100

New York City: (1) Automated Communities 2050 (2) Endangered Species (3) Disrupt Aging: Implications of Living 100 (4) Envision Gender Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
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