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  • Results from Game Design Challenge: Thanksgiving

    [11.26.13]
    - Danny Cowan
  • Halloween is over, and it's time to trash those jack-o'-lanterns and replace them with cartoonish turkeys and other autumn-themed decorations. While Thanksgiving is a widely celebrated holiday in the United States, it's seen little in the way of representation in video games. Halloween gets Costume Quest and Christmas sees representation in Elf Bowling and its sequels, but where is the quintessential Thanksgiving game?

    As part of Game Career Guide's latest Game Design Challenge, Game Career Guide challenged its readers to design a game based on the Thanksgiving holiday. Here are our top picks.

    Best Entries

    Andrew Koziara, Game Design Grad of Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, Supper Smuggler (see page 2)

    Nicholas Yakubik, Ohio University, Major of Integrated Media Studies, TurDuck'n Bowl (see page 3)

    Lim Yong Khang, Student of Multimedia University Faculty of Computing and Informatics (see page 4)

    Craig Browne, Ohio University, Halloween Hunt (see page 5)

    Mohamad Mahdi Saemi, Multimedia University (see page 6)

    William Mallari & Patrick Boska, Montgomery College - Rockville, On The Way  (see page 7)

    Fadhli Hilmy bin Ismail, Student of Multimedia University Faculty of Computing and Informatics, Turkey Rush (see page 8)

    Edlen R. Pernandez, Student of Multimedia University Faculty of Computing and Informatics (see page 9)

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