Scoring big in game designing

Concentrating: (From right) Amirul, Lim and Wu working on the game as their course mates look on.

A GROUP of students never imagined that a final year project for their degree course would end up winning awards at an international game design competition.

But that was exactly what happened when the seven final year students from UOW Malaysia KDU Bachelor’s of Game Development programme won the “Best Student Game” in South-East Asia and the “Audience Choice Award” at the fourth South-East Asian Games Awards (SEA Games Awards).

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