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TU Dublin Students Win Big at Games Fleadh 2019

Posted: 14 March, 2019

TU Dublin teams comprised of students from the Schools of Computer Science and Media have won five awards at Games Fleadh 2019. The competition provides students with a unique insight into the 138.5 billion dollar gaming industry and access to some of the world’s most successful gaming companies.

TU Dublin students celebrate their awards at Games Fleadh 2019

Games Fleadh is a 2-day convention held annually in LIT-Tipperary for computer games enthusiasts and developers to showcase their talent and programming skills. Six teams from TU Dublin – City Campus presented their games on the theme of "platformer" to a panel of games industry judges at the event on Wednesday, 6 March. The teams comprised of students from the Schools of Computer Science and Media worked hard for many months developing their entries leading up to the competition.

The TU Dublin – City Campus winners were:

Team Cloudtrail Islands – (Game Design)

  • Best game developed using a game Engine
  • Best in Animation
  • Best in Original Digital Art

Team

Alex Cahill

Kate McNamara

Kristian Bongo

Hugh Carroll

Team CorgiBits  (Game Design)

  • Winner of Best Trailer

Team

 Kalen O'Brien

 Team Ragnarok                      (Computer Science & Computer Science - International)

  • Winner of Best in Game Design

Team

Iosif Balasca

Tadhg O'Rourke

Vlad-Anton Medves

Mohammed Kadiri

Jason van Raamsdonk

Team Flamabill       (Computer Science & Computer Science - International)

  • Winner of Best in Visual Engineering

Team

Stephen Creighton

Jonathan Barrett

Stephen Creighton

Damian Wojtowicz

Daniel Simons

 

Team Skamukja     (Computer Science – International - Erasmus students)

  • Winners of Best Innovation in Gaming

Team

Joohan Park

Yunchang Chae

Semin Oh

 Congratulations to all who took part!