Doodle Finn Wins 18th Annual Gaming Competition | Department of Computer Science

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Stony Brook University’s in style Game Programming Competition, offered by the Department of Computer Science (CS), offers scholar recreation builders a possibility to work collectively to create a wide range of totally different video games. This yr’s occasion held on May 13, 2022 was offered in a hybrid format with finalists in-person and on a concurrent stream dwell on the Stony Brook Game Developer’s Twitch channel.

Eleven finalists participated, displaying off unique video games they created in CS programs CSE 380 Computer Game Programming, and CSE 381 Advanced Game Programming. The panel of 24 judges included a number of Stony Brook pc science alumni from a lot of corporations each massive and small, together with Google, NoizIVy, Paramount, Rockstar Games, and Microsoft.

Judges had the tough activity of figuring out which recreation completed on the high of the leaderboard and this yr that honor goes to “Doodle Finn,” created by college students Kevin Cai, Eric Chiu and Anna Noonan. “The idea was a top-down dungeon crawler game called DoodleDungeon, where the player flings their inkbrush to attack and defend themselves,” mentioned Cai, who got here up with the unique idea.

The runner-up was the sport “Terminal,” developed by Thomas Aloi, Kazi Jamal and Jaswinder Singh. Terminal was created utilizing the Wolfie2D recreation engine written in typescript and created by Joe Weaver and Prof. Richard McKenna.

Visit the Game Programming website for hyperlinks to playable variations of all the video games. A video of your complete occasion, recreation video trailers and data relating to previous occasions may be discovered on the SBU Game Programming’s YouTube channel.

 

 

-Content: Winnie Lin

-Photo: Marie Yamamoto


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