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Icelandic Computer Game Attracts International Attention

By Iceland Review

Four Icelandic students in computer games development received fifth place in the finals of the Microsoft ImagineCup 2012 Game Design competition held in Sydney recently. 506 groups took part in the competition.

robert-s_quest_gameA screen shot from the game’s introductory video.

The students, collectively known as Radiant Games, developed the game Robert’s Quest. The game introduces the player to the benefits of renewable energy and how each individual can have a positive impact on the world, reports.

The game has received considerable attention in the video game world. The Radiant Games team received a grant from Rannís (The Icelandic Centre for Research) and intend to put the game on the market.

Click here to view an introductory video about the game.


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