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  • Results from Game Design Challenge: 3DS

    - staff
  •  Next month, Nintendo launches its next handheld system, the Nintendo 3DS, in Japan. The system promises to deliver glasses-free 3D gameplay to the masses for the first time.

    What kind of game would you make for this system? Moreover -- if you were tasked with developing a game that could fundamentally only be made for a 3D display, what would you do?

    Game Career Guide challenged its readers to come up with an original and inventive 3D game that could only be made for the Nintendo 3DS. What follows are the best and most original entries we received. Here are our top picks.

    Best Entries

    Aaron Yip, Student at Georgia Institute of Technology, Shadowplay (see page 2)

    Ryan George, Game Design Student at Columbia College Chicago, Twilli's Odyssey (see page 3)

    Todd Williams and Drew Rogers, Pop-Up Adventures (see page 4)

    Honorable Mentions

    Tameem Amini, Fireworker (see page 5)
    Benjamin Holschuh, Ohio University Student - School of Media Arts and Studies, Story Board (see page 6)
    Alex Wells, Digital Game Design Student of ITT Tech Fort Wayne Indiana, Adventure Swap (see page 7)


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