AWESOME PRIZES WERE WON AT OUR FIRST EVER GAMES COMPETITION 2011!
Learn 3D was very proud to run our first ever Learn 3D "Home Grown" games competition.
People downloaded the awesome games* created by our super students, practiced and voted for them on The Verge’s Facebook page for their favourite game.
rAge Invaderswas the winning game of the polls, and was available for people to play at our stand during this year's rAge expo
After many hours of practicing at home and playing at our stand, three people rised up to be the final winners, with the following scores and prizes:
- 1st prize: Sony PSP, won by Megan Humphrey with the score of 165 450
- 2nd prize: Rugby 2011 for the XBox, chosen by Arno van Wyk who scored 150 560
- 3rd prize: R250.00 Look ‘n Listen voucher, handed to Alessandro Armellini after reaching 135 040
Now our students are busy developing a true 3D game using Unity. Make sure to check us out at rAge next year! You could end up being the next winner!
||Minimum requirements: PC only games, with screen resolution of at least 1280 x 800, GEForce 9 series graphics card or above, latest graphics drivers. The Bullet Hell game REQUIRES xBox controllers attached to your PC (instructions for PS3 controllers are available with the game)
||ATTENTION!!! To run any of the games below you need to first install once-off two components from the Microsoft website: Microsoft .NET Framework 4 and Microsoft’s XNA Framework Redistributable 4.0.
||We have uploaded videos of all game plays into our YouTube channel.
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