Participate in the largest game development competition in Cyprus for students and bring the Challenge to your school! Enrolment is now open!
Join the Game Development Challenge/Logipaignion 2022- running for the twelfth year, for students at public and private schools and Universities in Cyprus.
In addition to the traditional tracks to build a playable video game, this year we are introducing an alternative track: Create and submit a paper prototype and game design document!
Stay tuned for announcements about our prizes, workshops and meetings with experts, internship opportunities and more!
Playable games or game designs submitted must be educational. It is very important that entries do not contain material that is inappropriate, indecent, offensive, or defamatory, material that promotes intolerance, racism, hostility against any group or individual, or promotes discrimination based on race, gender, religion, nationality, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or age. Entries must not promote violence against humans or animals, should not include scenes or incidents of violence and materials such as guns and knives and in general must not contain material that is illegal.
This year each track has been assigned one theme/element:
Junior Track: Water
Senior Track: Wind
Advanced Track: Earth
Game Design Track: Sun
Teams in the Junior, Senior and Advanced track may, but are not limited to, use Scratch, GODOT, Unity or Cocos2d or any other free/open source platform to develop their games.
To enrol, students should fill out the online Registration Form by December 17, 2021.
Teams must provide:
name of each team member and email addresses
name of advisor(s) and email addresses
name of the school
name of the team
an abstract of the game to be developed
Final submissions should be completed by March 31, 2022, and must include:
Executable program (game) created with one of the platforms supported the competition and which can be executed by the evaluators without using specialized software.
Source Code and Libraries
Reporting form (description of the idea and philosophy of the game and discussion on the development process of the game)
Group information that includes game title, names of group members, school / university name, game category, game’s development platform.
For enquiries please contact Anthoula Fotsiou Psoma.
Address: Dimarchias Square 23, Nicosia 1016, Cyprus