Create an educational game!

For all those interested in the potential of educational gaming, here’s an opportunity to do something about it!
The Liemandt Foundation, a nonprofit family foundation focused on promoting technology-enabled education, is hosting a college student video game development contest with a twist–students are being challenged to build entertaining games that “secretly” teach middle school subjects.
The competition has just been announced on the Hidden Agenda website – with the competition closing in May next year.
There’s a prize of $25,000 up for grabs, with the final judging based on 70 percent entertainment and 30 percent educational value.
The website has a great deal of information about requirements for the competition, as well as news about last time’s winner.
Worth a look!

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