National STEM Video Game Challenge opens

2/11/2013 12:00:00 AM

The annual National STEM Video Game Challenge, presented by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and E-Line Media opens today for student submissions of original video games and game designs.

The 2013 National STEM Video Game Challenge is accepting entries from U.S. students in two categories: Middle School (5-8) and High School (9-12).  Both categories offer entries for individuals and teams of up to four students. Entries can be created using any game-making platform such as Gamestar Mechanic, Microsoft’s Kodu, GameMaker, Scratch or a written game design concept document.

The 2013 STEM Challenge opens with the launch of a new web community at featuring game development tools, news and resources on game design and STEM skills, an Ask the Experts area and information on STEM Challenge events.

The National STEM Video Game Challenge is accepting entries through April 24, 2013.

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