Lancaster Students' Computer Game in World's Top 100
A computer game being independently developed by students from the School of Computing and Communications has been ranked in the top 100 independent games worldwide.
The awards are hosted by IndieDB (the biggest game modification related website on the Internet) and aim to set the industry standard in awarding inventive and high-quality independent game development projects.
Read more about the game being created at: stexcalibur.com
You can vote for ST Excalibur before the 21st Dec 2011
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