October 11, 2011 Sanborn, NY – Studica, Inc., the education source for software and technology products and Unity Technologies, provider of the Unity development platform, are proud to announce their “Robot Games” Design Competition for Students. “This is an exciting opportunity for students interested in game design,” said Studica President & CEO Frank Nanfara. “We are pleased to pair up with Unity for this contest. Game design is such a hot trend these days and we are happy to give students the chance to showcase their skills.”
The challenge for the competition is to develop a web-based game that involves a “Robot”. Students have the option to involve the robot however they choose and create any type of game they wish. Students must utilize Unity in the creation of their game. Students can download a free trial via the unity3d.com website or purchase through Studica.com. Students can submit entries via Stutalk, a social-networking site created for students, at the following URL, www.stutalk.com/unitygamedesign
Prizes will be awarded including a $500 cash prize as well as free memberships to the design3’s learning site that focuses on 3D animation and video game development tools with over 1,000 tutorials. Winners will be determined by a panel of judges. Deadline for entries is December 16, 2011.
Studica is the education source for software and technology products. Utilizing a focused approach, Studica has outside and inside sales personnel, and an intuitive e-commerce site, an informative blog, Facebook and Twitter feeds that work effectively together to serve the education community. Serving local and world education markets, Studica has offices in the US, Canada, the UK, Brazil, Denmark, and Sweden, with more planned in the near future.
About Unity Technologies
Unity Technologies is revolutionizing the game industry with Unity, its award-winning breakthrough development platform. Unity Technologies has more than 500,000 registered users worldwide -- including Bigpoint, Cartoon Network, Coca-Cola, Disney, Electronic Arts, LEGO, Microsoft, NASA, Nickelodeon, Ubisoft, Warner Bros., large and small studios, indies, students and hobbyists -- all using Unity to create games and interactive 3D, like training simulations and medical and architectural visualizations, on the web, mobile, consoles and beyond. Unity Technologies is aggressively innovating to expand usability, power and platform reach along with its Asset Store digital content marketplace and Union game distribution service so that it can deliver on its vision of democratizing interactive 3D technology. Unity Technologies is headquartered in San Francisco and has development offices worldwide.