Stony Brook University’s 17th Annual Game Programming Competition — hosted by the Stony Brook Game Developers — was held online on May 26.
The 11 student finalist teams demonstrated their games, and the winning game was selected by a panel of more than 25 industry alumni judges. Zhen Yi Pan, Tian-Xin Brown and Brant Eckert won this year’s competition with their game, “Twin.”
“The games were better than ever this year, in part because of the hard work of one student, Joe Weaver, who helped create the Wolfie2D game engine,” said Richard McKenna, a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science. “But all the games were great, especially the winning game Twin, which was complete in every way. The Stony Brook Game Developers ran another great online competition, and I look forward to doing our competition in person in May of 2022.”
The full competition can be viewed on YouTube and all the games may be played online using a browser.