Topic: ahead of the game

You win! Laurentian University team conquers Sudbury Game Design Challenge

A team called Platypus Paradox has the high score and is the winner of the Sudbury Game Design Challenge.
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End screen: win or lose, it is game over after 48 hour coding marathon

After 48 hours of writing code, painting polar bears, recording screaming sounds, eating all manner of junk food, sleeping under desks and worrying about what bugs might pop up, there was nothing left to do at the end of the Sudbury Game Design Challenge but play video games.
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It's been 24 hours, but is it a game yet?

The empty chip bags and pop cans laying around as the Sudbury Game Design Challenge hits the half way point suggest a lot of work has been done on 14 original northern Ontario video games.
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The Night Shift: game designers make most of 48 hours

With 12 hours gone, some teams at the Sudbury Game Design Challenge have a working video game. But others just have a collection of pictures and some code on a screen that's supposed to make them move.
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white.board (blank_screen): turning a title into a working video game

The clock is ticking and competitors at the Sudbury Game Design Challenge now have less than 48 hours to make a video game.
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Ahead of the Game: the introduction

CBC Sudbury partnered with the Sudbury Game Design Challenge, where 14 teams had 48 hours to make a Northern Ontario flavoured video game. Here is some of what it looked like.
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The name of the game: Video game design teams start with the title

The Sudbury Game Design Challenge is about making a video game from scratch in 48 hours. But it started with a different challenge.
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Ahead of the Game Part 1: The Name of the Game

Competitors at the Sudbury Game Design Challenge have 48 hours to make a video game. And they have to start with the name. Well, they really start with Lego blocks
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Coders, artists, musicians converge on Sudbury Game Design Challenge

They start with a title that has something to do with northern Ontario and have 48 hours to make a video game out of it. CBC Sudbury's new series Ahead of the Game brings you along for the ride, bit by byte.