Video Game Design students were required to make a full game for 4th quarter showcase that used elements studied this year, starting from concept, progressing through design and implementation. They competed at their local school level and two teams won the right to compete at this regional event adn represent their school.
All classes were given the same prompt and eight weeks to complete a game based on the prompt:
- Primary Protagonist must be either an Infant or Elderly person
During this process, members of our Advisory Committee helped with refining ideas, setting up plans, giving feedback and a host of other support.
The contest took place at Highline High School Performing Arts Center in Burien, WA on Sunday, May 12. The videos embedded below are team presentations of game play followed by verbal feedback by professional game industry judges James Cardo, Sam George, and others. The videos are embedded in presentation order at the competition.
Winners Announced, Judges Final Comments, and Thank You’s
High School Winners
- 1st Place – Capital High School – Krown of Kaos
- 2nd Place – Capital High School – Kira
- 3rd Place – South Kitsap High School – Puzzle Game
Skill Center Winners
- 1st Place – Sno-Isle – Fountain of Youth
- 2nd Place – Pierce County – Aged Retribution
- 3rd Place – Sno-Isle – Get Off Our Lawn
Play the Games!
- Access the Goolge Drive (coming soon!)
- Download and play!
AIE Indie Game Festival Promotion
- 100 things every game student should know by Kaye Elling
Previous Super Showcases
Capital High School
Capital High School had 15 teams compete within the two Game Design Classes. Krown of Kaos and Kira were scored the highest by students.
- Review all 2019 CHS Game Contest Entries
Krown of Kaos
South Kitsap High School
Skills Centers Competitors
Pierce County Skills Center
Puget Sound Skills Center
Team Pretty Snake
Seattle Skills Center
Trouble A Foot
Sno-Isle TECH skills center
Get Off Our Lawn
Fountain of Youth
West Sound Technical Skills Center