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National STEM Video Game Challenge Winners Announced

$100,000

WASHINGTON May 22, 2012 National STEM Video Game Challenge The Atlantic’s

Seventeen games created by individuals and teams of students, in eight subcategories, were selected as winners of the Middle School and High School categories from a group of more than 3700 entries. The winners are:

Middle School (grades 5-8)

Category/Platform

Name

Title

City, State

Playable Game -Teams

Campbell Kriess

Connor Schexnaildre

Justin Bicehouse

Drew McCarron

Archers vs. Aliens

Cranberry Twp, PA

Evans City, PA

Evans City, PA

Cranberry Twp, PA

CPB/PBS KIDS Ready to Learn Initiative

Chloe Mario

Madeleine Lapuerta

Emma Froehlich

Math Racing Mania

Princeton, NJ

Skillman, NJ

Skillman, NJ

Scratch &

Playable Game Incorporating STEM Themes

Cooper Kelley

Mechanical Dragon

Cambridge, MA

Kodu

Gustavo Zacarias

The Dark Labyrinth

San Antonio, TX

CPB/PBS KIDS Ready to Learn Initiative

Julia Weingaertner

Sarah Lippman

Animal Inequalities

Princeton Junction, NJ

Pennington, NJ

Written Game Design

Kirk Lindsay

Dr. Phy in the Six Kingdoms of Life

Carrollton, VA

Gamemaker

Kristian Windsor

Team Block

San Martin, CA

Written Game Design Incorporating STEM Themes

Sam Blazes

Battle of the Bugs: Genes Rule

Bethesda, MD

Gamestar Mechanic

Shashank Mahesh

Mission 17639: Planetcorp

Gibsonton, FL

High School (grades 9-12)

Category/Platform

Name

Title

City, State

Gamestar Mechanic

Carter Gerritson

Earth 2112

Sioux City, IA

Scratch

Daniel Gasiorek

ViViD ABYSS

Riverview, FL

Gamemaker

Eli Aldinger

New World

Vancouver, WA

Playable Game –  Teams

Golden Rockefeller

Wilfried Hounyo

Endre Osborne

Electrobob

Washington, DC

Playable Game – Teams

Ian Tomasch

Alec Tomasch

Jake Swarthout

Thomas Crowley

Bottle Quest

Saugerties, NY

Written Game Design & Written Game Design Incorporating STEM Themes

Michael Feng

Tales of Encephalia

Redwood City, CA

Playable Game Incorporating STEM Themes

Owen Leddy

Pathogen Wars

Santa Monica, CA

Open Platform

Steven Stulga

Darwin’s Finches

Waterford, VA

May 21 Art Museum $80,000

Speedy Math Train, Levi Miller Stephen Shaefer Alex Kampf Stephen Zabrecky Purdue University Cosmic Chain the Math Game, Ryan Wehnau College of the Redwoods $10,000

Addition Blocks Martin Esterman Marietta, Georgia Mark Supal Warren, Michigan Energy Tycoon Fresno, California Alge-Bingo. $10,000

Tom Kalil

http://youtu.be/3m9nMSJGpDQ http://bitly.com/youth_stem12 http://bitly.com/adults_stem12

Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop E-Line Media Entertainment Software Association AMD Foundation Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Corporation for Public Broadcasting/ PBS KIDS Ready To Learn Initiative

The Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop Sesame Street Peter G. Peterson

www.elinemedia.com

SOURCE National STEM Video Game Challenge

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