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Academia GAME LAB COMPETITION

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The Competition is included in credited and non-credited projects by participating universities, affiliated schools and professional institutes. At the end of the Competition, a jury of Ubisoft Montréal experts will select the best prototype and reward teams’ work in various categories: Design, Art, Programming, etc.

Students participating in the Competition must deliver a playable video game prototype. The winning prototype will be developed into a full game during the Academia Summer School by a team of students selected among the Competition’s participants.

The video of the 2014 edition of the Competition is available here.


RULES FOR PARTICIPATION



The Competition is open to students graduating from an academic institution located and accredited in a Canadian province or territory.

Institutions and students must follow the Competition’s regulations and calendar given upon registration.

 

REGISTRATION


The 2014 edition of the Competition ended on April 17, 2014.

In the event a 2015 edition is offered, all details will be published on this page in the fall of 2014.

 

PARTICIPATING UNIVERSTITIES – 2014 EDITION


Carleton University
Concordia University
École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS)
Institut Supérieur des Techniques de Design Sonore (ISTDS)
McGill University
McMaster University
NAD
Polytechnique Montréal
Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC)
University of Ontario – Institute of Technology (UOIT)
UQAT Montréal
 


WINNING TEAMS – 2014 EDITION


Best Presentation:
Book Brawl - Centre NAD, Concordia University and McGill University

Best Creativity and Integration of the Theme:
Exost - ÉTS and UQAT Montréal

Best Graphic Rendering:
Book Brawl - Centre NAD, Concordia University and McGill University

Best Strategic Reflection and Positioning in the Industry:
Exost - ÉTS and UQAT Montréal

Best Art Direction:
Morphlers - Concordia University

Best Level Design:
Prism - UQAC and Centre NAD

Best Programming:
Clan Combat - UOIT

Best Game Design:
Book Brawl - Centre NAD, Concordia University and McGill University

Jury's Special Award:
O.R.B.S. - Carleton University

Best Prototype:
Book Brawl - Centre NAD, Concordia University and McGill University

 

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