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Game Design Contest for Middle and High School Students

Game Design Contest for Middle and High School Students

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STEM Fuse is hosting our semi-annual GOT GAME? Competition. Encourage your students to compete by submitting an original game that they created using the Game Maker program (a FREE program). This is a wonderful way for students to showcase their game design skills, while encouraging STEM learning. Here is the link to the complete rules and submission guidelines: http://stemfuse.com/whos-got-game/

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