Andrew Parsons has been working hard to highlight the top teams in this year’s worldwide Imagine Cup. He has a series of blog posts which I highly recommend.
The first one is a set of three articles highlighting the finalists for the three tracks of Game Design. These are the fifteen teams from all over the world heading to New York City in July to compete head to head. Definitely worth checking these out:
The second set is a series of ten articles that showcases all competitor entries from the final online round of Game Design. There are more than 100 games shown in this series from dozens of countries and it’s a great resource to show off the variety of game genres, styles, and themes.
Part 1 - http://bit.ly/ICGD11a (_dreamBender – BJTU_YF703)
Part 2 - http://bit.ly/ICGD11b (Bliizz – CodeOne)
Part 3 - http://bit.ly/ICGD11c (CrashGames – EnvoSeven1)
Part 4 - http://bit.ly/ICGD11d (exporithm – Geekologic)
Part 5 - http://bit.ly/ICGD11e (GimmeGimmes – INFOSTROY)
Part 6 - http://bit.ly/ICGD11f (Ingesub Game Lab Team Rocket – Luskanya)
Part 7 - http://bit.ly/ICGD11g (Milworms – Pyro)
Part 8 - http://bit.ly/ICGD11h (Quegee Team – SDEG)
Part 9 - http://bit.ly/ICGD11i (Signum Fidei – Team Nucleus)
Part 10 - http://bit.ly/ICGD11j (Team Rubic – WickedTeam)