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  • Results from Game Design Challenge: Artistic Endeavors

    [03.22.16]
    - Danny Cowan
  • While critics continue to argue whether or not video games qualify as art, many games feature art creation as a primary mechanic. From De Blob's painting-as-protest action platforming to Splatoon's paint-based weaponry, the opportunities for games about art are endless.

    For Game Career Guide's latest Game Design Challenge, our readers designed games in which players create original works of art throughout the course of gameplay. Here are our top entries.

    Best Entries

    Cole Higgins, Student at Herzing University, Gallery (see page 2)

    Shea Morris, Game Studies and Design Student at University of Montevallo, Colorful Witchcraft 
    (see page 3)

    Matt Crowson, Student at University of Montevallo, Tame the Flame (see page 4)

    Emily Freeland, Student at University of Montevallo, Painted Forest (see page 5)

    João Gabriel Guedes Pinheiro, Game Designer at 100gameideas.com, Color of Your Blood (see page 6)

    Sara Perry, Game Studies and Design student at the University of Montevallo, Pawrtists (see page 7)

    Cláuvin Erlan José da Costa Curty de Almeida, Graduating Student at UFRJ - Universidade Federal
    do Rio de Janeiro, Sculpturing Rumble
    (see page 8)

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