February 16, 2024

Ellis LaMay

The Joan Ganz Cooney Center and E-Line Media announced the winners of their 2013 National STEM Video Game Challenge on Tuesday, July 9, from 4000 entries.  According to blog post on the Cooney Center website, the games produced by the record number of entries were “more complex, challenging and creative than ever before.”  The students also used a record number of platforms – more than 15 – to develop their games including industry favorites, like Unity; novice platforms, like Scratch; and even some more complex approaches (C# and XNA.)

Congratulations to the National STEM Video Game Challenge winners!

Joan Ganz Cooney Center blog post


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