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  • Results From Game Design Challenge: Get Organized!

    - Danny Cowan
  •  With spring comes spring cleaning, and with spring cleaning comes the monumental task of organizing your excess junk. Luckily, there are many ways to declutter your home, and there are plenty of books, manga, and even entire store chains dedicated to helping you stay organized.

    Organization doesn't exclusively apply to knick-knacks, however. Activists organize their communities, museum curators organize historical materials, party planners organize celebrations, and zoologists organize the animals that they care for. Certain game mechanics like Resident Evil 4's clever inventory system also manage to tap into the satisfaction that comes with proper organization.

    For Game Career Guide's latest Game Design Challenge, our readers designed games about organizing people, places, or things. Here are our top picks!

    Best Entries

    Virginie Corminboeuf, Game Artist Generalist, Big Head (see page 2)

    Xavier Ekkel, Experimental Game Developer, Syntax Scramble (see page 3)

    Guillaume Benoit, Game Designer at ArtFX, La Mule (see page 4)

    Thibault Leblan, Student at ArtFX, Secretary Madness (see page 5)

    Kendall Johnson, Student at University of Montevallo, Untitled (see page 6)

    Hue Lorène, Student at ArtFX, Conflicting Teams (see page 7)

    Zane Wilson, Student at University of Montevallo, Collation Salvation (see page 8)

    Jase Goodson, Student at University of Montevallo, Clean Up on Aisle 3 (see page 9)


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