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  • Results from Game Design Challenge: Fun for the Whole Family

    - Danny Cowan
  • As the casual market begins to explode across all gaming platforms, the demand for games that appeal to all ages increases. While child-friendly mainstays like Nintendo's Mario and Ubisoft's Rayman fit comfortably into the all-ages model, how can a Mature-rated game shift to an all-ages demographic?

    For Game Career Guide's latest Game Design Challenge, our readers redesigned M-rated games and turned them into family-friendly experiences. Here are our top picks.

    Best Entries

    Arielle Shander, Game Designer, Tag Troop (see page 2)

    Syabil Ng, Student of Faculty of Computing and Informatics at Multimedia University, Angels May Sing (see page 3)

    Jimmy Clark, Independent Game Designer, Little Gods (see page 4)

    Hariz Mustafa, Multimedia University, Adventure Time: Ooopocalypse (see page 5)

    Mohamad Sharizal bin Shuhaime, Student of Multimedia University Faculty of Computing and Informatics, Danganronpa (see page 6)


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