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First Semi-Annual “Got Game?” Contest Announced

Today STEM Fuse, LLC, announces the first semi-annual “Got Game?” Contest, an offshoot of STEM Fuse’s GAME:IT programming course for high school students.
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Today STEM Fuse, LLC, announces the first semi-annual “Got Game?” Contest, an offshoot of STEM Fuse’s GAME:IT programming course for high school students.

The goal of “Got Game?” is to motivate aspiring young game developers to create new games.

Prizes will be awarded for the top three games to the student-creator(s) and their high schools. The submission period for the “Got Game?” Competition starts April 2, 2012 and runs through May 31, 2012. For contest rules, visit http://www.stemfuse.com/GOTGAME2012.html.

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