You're Invited!!!
Stony Brook University's
13th Annual
Game Programming Competition

Friday, May 13th @ 6pm
SAC Auditorium



Come one and all. All students, alumni, faculty, family, and friends are welcome to see our Stony Brook student finalists present their original game creations. After the student presentations, winning teams will be selected and awards will be presented. Browse this site for information on past competitions, and be sure view selected game trailers from past years via our YouTube Channel




CONGRATULATIONS!

Congratulations to William Moodhe for winning the 2015 Competition with his game, Valhalla Run.

If you're using the Firefox browser you can play Valhalla Run by following the link and then approving the installation of the Unity Web plugin when prompted. Further congrats are in order for Jesse Talavera-Greenberg for finishing second in the competition for his game Orbital, and congrats to all the finalists for making it to the finals. Your hard work is much appreciated.




2015 FINALISTS

The finalists from our most recent competition are listed below, which includes links to their video trailers.

Alien vs. Cop Alien vs. Cop
by Hamza Hussaini, Bo Liu, Zhengyang Liu
(trailer)
Grocery DASH Grocery DASH
by Andrew Allhusen, Anthony Consoli, Warren Chen
(trailer)
Dr. Bill's Jewel Heist Extravaganza Dr. Bill's Jewel Heist Extravaganza
by Andrew Fischl, Mike Sayan, Sabrina Wagner
(trailer)
Ninja Cat Castle Ninja Cat Castle
by Dan Rogers, Ryota Shimamura, Michael Witkovsky
(trailer)
Falling Simulator 2015 Falling Simulator 2015
by Alice Quiros, Ryan Kelly
(trailer)
Orbital Orbital
by Jesse Talavera-Greenberg
(trailer)
Flow Flow
by Matt Lagueras, Michael Knoth
(trailer)
Rundown Rundown
by David Park
(trailer)
FruitPlanet FruitPlanet
by Luis Manon, Brijesh Patel, Minghui Lin

Twisted Road Twisted Road
by Alec Day, Billy Gibson, Danny Gibson
(trailer)
Grapple Guy Grapple Guy
by Miraj Alam, Sean Dwyer, Bilawal Raja
(trailer)
Valhalla Run Valhalla Run
by William Moodhe
(trailer) (play)



2015 JUDGES

Don Baluyot (Rockstar Games) - Don's team's game, Entropy won the 2007 competition. These days Don works in New York City for Rockstar Games.

Martino Buffolino (Viacomm) - A Computer Science alumni and former Teaching Assistant, Martino currently works in New York City as a Software Engineer for Viacom.

Yves DeSousa (Eduware) - A Stony Brook CS Alum and former TA, Yves now works as a Lead Developer for Eduware, which makes educational software, including games.

Paul Gifford (Applied Visions, Inc.) - Paul's game, Opposites Attract, won the 2013 competition. Paul now works at a Software Engineer at Northport's Applied Visions.

Yousuf Haque (CA Technologies) - A Stony Brook CS Alum, Yousuf now works as a Software Engineer for CA Technologies at the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT).

Raman Nanda (Viacom) - Raman's team's game, "Counter Colorist", was a finalist in our 2010 Competition. Raman now works in New York City as a Mobile Developer for Viacom.

Evan Saft (Applied Visions) - A competition finalist in 2014, Evan now works as a Software Engineer for Northport's Applied Visions.

Angad Sidhu (Viacom/Nick Games) - A double finalist in 2012 for the games Arcane Lament and George the Slime King, Angad now works in New York City as a Software Engineer for Nickelodeon Games.

Alex Thomas (Applied Visions) - A competition finalist in 2006, Alex now works as a Software Engineer for Northport's Applied Visions.

Waseque Qazi (Megastorm Games) - A Stony Brook CS alum who made contributions to "TiMO", the runner up from the 2012 competition, Waseque has since founded Megastorm Games, which has developed and released Skyhook via Steam.

Rong Zhang (Viacom/Nick Games) - A Stony Brook CS Alum and former TA, Rong now works in NYC as a Software Engineer for Viacom.


Kid Judges: Harrison, Talia, Linus, & Lydia.


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