Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Darfur is dying: save it with a video game

CMU graduate students’ video game reaches finals of mtvU competition
Justin Brown

Just a spoonful of interactive pixels helps the need for social welfare and reform go down. Such is the philosophy of the recent mtvU Darfur Digital Activist Contest. The contest, which called for groups of college students to create video games that would help increase awareness of travesties in Sudan, is in its final stages. One of the four finalists is by a group of five CMU (more specifically, Entertainment Technology Center) masters students. Click here for the full story >>>>>>>>>>>>

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