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STEM Video Game Challenge Names Winners of Third Annual Competition

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The Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and E-Line Media today announced the names of 16 middle school and high school students as the winners of the 2013 National STEM Video Game Challenge. The competition aims to motivate interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) among students in grades 5-12 by tapping into their enthusiasm for playing and making video games. The top original video games and game design concepts were selected in 14 categories from nearly 4000 entries.

The 2013 STEM Challenge winners are:

Middle School (grades 5-8)

Name

Title

Platform (Category)

City, State

Seong-Hyun Ryoo

Rare Earth

Gamemaker

Johns Creek, GA

Angel Martinez-Acevedo

The Arcade

GameStar Mechanic

DeRidder, LA

Nicholas Cameron

Math Rocks

Kodu

Sayville, NY

Nicolas Badila

Stemville

Construct 2 (Open Platform)

Jonesboro, GA

Bradley Schmitz

Pixel Jet

Scratch

Glandorf, OH

Henry Edwards and Kevin Kopczynski

Etiquette Anarchy

Multimedia Fusion 2 (Team)

Durham, NC

Lexi Schneider

Head of the Class

Written

Dresher, PA

 

High School (grades 9-12)

Name

Title

Platform (Category)

City, State

Sooraj Suresh

Pixel Star One

Gamemaker

Campbell, CA

Kieran Luscombe

An Untold Adventure

GameStar Mechanic

Thorton, CO

Cody Haugland

The Amazing Game

Kodu

Sanger, CA

Aaron Gaudette

Crystal Physics

Unity (Open Platform)

Ramstein Air Base, Germany

Brianna Igbinosun

I F.L.Y

Scratch

Lawrenceville, GA

Noah Ratcliff and Pamela Pizarro-Ruiz

Fog

C# with XNA (Team)

Pickerington, OH

Janice Tran

Little Green Planet

Written

Palmdale, CA

Each winner will receive an AMD-powered laptop computer with game design and educational software. The individual’s or team’s sponsor organization will receive a cash prize of $2000.

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