Slamdance 2006 Finalists

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  1. PoV

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    Since it hasn't been posted yet, here it is. It's not the IGF, but it's a similar idea, with a showcase at the Slamdance Film Festival in January. A couple familiar faces, and one entry I'm rather partial to. ;)

    The 2006 Slamdance Guerilla Gamemaker Competition Finalists:

    Cloud - Cloud
    Disaffected! - Persuasive Games
    Façade - Procedural Arts
    Guardians of Kelthas - Battlement Studios
    Joboo’s Gems - Gem Jocks
    N - Metanet Software Inc
    Narbacular Drop - DigiPen Istitute of Technology: Nuclear Monkey Software
    Ocular Ink - Pistachio Productions
    Rumble Box - Digipen Institute of Technology: Insert Coin
    Wildlife Tycoon: Venture Africa - Pocketwatch Games
    Whom The Telling Changed - Aaron A. Reed

    The 2006 Slamdance GGC Student Physics and Philosophy Award Finalists:

    Cloud - Cloud
    Guardians of Kelthas - Battlement Studios
    Narbacular Drop - DigiPen Istitute of Technology: Nuclear Monkey Software
    Ocular Ink - Pistachio Productions
    Rumble Box - Digipen Institute of Technology: Insert Coin

    The 2006 PopCap Casual Game Award Finalists:

    Cloud - Cloud
    Joboo’s Gems - Gem Jocks
    Ocular Ink - Pistachio Productions
    The Odyssey - Liquid Dragon Studios
    PuffBOMB - Sykhronics Entertainment

    Press release here: http://www.slamdance.com/press/press_release.asp?article_id=479
     
  2. Gnatinator

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    Cool stuff.

    Congrats to PoV and Andy. :D
     
  3. DrWilloughby

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    Thanks Gnat. Unfortunately I can't go to the festival itself so I am sending one of my teammates. I'm putting together a little video of myself for the presentation. Feels a little silly :)
     

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