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  • Results from Game Design Challenge: Passion for Fashion

    [11.24.15]
    - Danny Cowan
  • With vanity shops and clothing customization being big business in many MMOs and mobile games, fashion and attire play a significant role in today's gaming industry. The Sims, Style Savvy and the myriad of dress-up games available on mobile devices are proof of the compelling nature of customizable clothing and costuming within traditional gameplay structures.

    For Game Career Guide's latest Game Design Challenge, our readers designed games based around fashion or fashion design. Here are our top entries.

    Best Entries

    Amaury Français, Game Design Student at Bellecour Ecole in France, Falxia: Craftman of Destinies (see page 2)

    Kaylein Sheppard and Natasha Kline, Montgomery College, Black Friday Fighters (see page 3)

    Jonathan Belot, Student at Bellecour School in France, Rise of Designers (see page 4)

    Fabian Erdmann, Universität Bonn, Inconspicuous Tailoring (see page 5)

    Christian Merino Rubio and Brittonni Shedrick, Montgomery College, Preserving Culture (see page 6)

    Michael Hilnbrand and Can Nguyen, Montgomery College, CQ: Clothes Quarterly (see page 7)

    Thomas Bruno, IT help desk technician, The Creature from Under Space (see page 8)

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