IGF Student Showcase Winners Revealed

January 23, 2014 - GamePolitics staff

The Independent Games Festival has chosen the 2014 Student Showcase winners for 2014, with each winning team winning a cool $1,000, passes to Game Developers Conference in San Francisco this March, and the chance to win an additional $2,000 prize for Best Student Game.

The eight winners, picked from 346 entries, are listed below along with a number of honorable mentions.

Museum of Simulation Technology (Albert Shih - Carnegie Mellon University, Entertainment Technology Center)
Engare (Mahdi Bahrami & Moslem Rasouli - NHTV University of Applied Science)

Risk of Rain (Hopoo Games - University of Washington)

Symmetrain (Philipp Beau & Daniel Goffin - University of Amsterdam / University Kassel)

Westerado (Ostrich Banditos - HKU)

Rhythm Doctor (Hafiz Azman & Winston Lee - University of Cambridge)

Foiled (Unblanched Peanuts - NYU)

Cyber Heist (Hack n' Hide - University of Utah)

Honorable mentions went to: Ladylike (Nina Freeman, Emmett Butler, David Coss & Winnie Song - NYU, NYU Poly); UN EP (Ian Snyder - Kansas City Art Institute); Rabbit Rush (Caterpillar Lane - RMIT); Flying Fish (The Grey Room - The Academy of Interactive Entertainment); and Bokida (Rice Cooker Republic - Institut de Creation et d'Animation Numeriques).

The Best Student Game will be announced at the Independent Games Festival Awards on March 19 in conjunction with GDC.

Source: GII


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Re: IGF Student Showcase Winners Revealed

Congratulations Indies! Winners all. 

Whoever dies with the most unplayed Steam games wins!

 
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