Registration for the October incarnation of Three Thing Game are now open at the University of Hull. The week long event It starts on Monday 22nd of October with the "Amazing Thing Auction" with real fake money. Then on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th The students face the infamous 24 hour overnighter, this time with added Mono Game and Windows 8 fun.
The team from Mono Games and Microsoft will be on hand to help you port your game to Windows 8. The University of Hull we will have some Windows 8 systems set up for testing. There are some great prizes up for grabs and win even bigger, by getting your game into the Windows 8 Store before anyone else via a FREE Windows 8 store accounts via Microsoft DreamSpark.
Today MonoGame announced 3.0 BETA available for download.
MonoGame is an Open Source implementation of the Microsoft XNA 4 Framework. The goal of Monogame is to allow XNA developers on Xbox 360, Windows & Windows Phone to port their games to the iOS, Android, Mac OS X, Linux and Windows 8 Store apps.
We have over a 100 first, second and third year students attending and University of Hull, lecture Rob Miles will be running a special XNA sampler in the week before the competition where students will get to grips with "skeleton code and get a understanding of Microsoft XNA”
Hull Students can find the registration form here. Simply compete it and return it to Rob Miles, with your registration fee.
Watch out for an update during the weekend of the 27th/28th and announcement of the winners and their games on the 28th.
Hi all. We've got 40 teams all signed up and good to go. I'm presently building the "Thing Lists" for the auction. It's going to be fun...
Here the latest from Three Thing Game including a list of all the teams and their three things for the game blogs.msdn.com/.../looking-forward-to-three-thing-game-at-the-university-of-hull.aspx