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CNB FLASH GAMES COMPETITION : Games Against Drug Abuse www.cnb.gov.sg/flash.aspx. ABOUT THE COMPETITION:
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As part of on-going efforts on preventive drug education, the National Council Against Drug Abuse (NCADA) and Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) are jointly organising a “Flash Games Competition”, in collaboration with the Media Development Authority (MDA) and DigiPen Institute of Technology – Singapore.
FLASH GAMES COMPETITION: GAMES AGAINST DRUG ABUSE
The challenge is to design a simple, entertaining and yet educational anti-drug Flash game revolving around the theme “Life Does Not Rewind – Make the Right Choice: Choose Life, Not Drugs”.
National Council Against Drug Abuse (NCADA) and Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB)
IN COLLABORATION WITH:
Media Development Authority (MDA Singapore) and DigiPen Institute of Technology - Singapore
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE:
Open to all full-time local university, polytechnic and ITE students
DURATION: October 2010 – April 2011
NCADA : Dr Chew Tuan Chiong: Chairperson of New Media Project Team or
CNB: Mr Terence Tan: CNB: Director Communications
MDA: Mr Thomas Lim: Senior Director
Digipen Institute of Technology – Singapore:
Mr Roberto Dillon: Asst Professor, Dept of Game Software Design & Production
Mr PrasannaGhali: CTO, Asia or Mr Samir AbouSamra: CTO
GXA Singapore: Mr Addison Kang: Vice-Chair
IGDA Singapore: Ms TeoChor Guan: Vice-Chair
SCOGA: Mr Nicholas Khoo: Founder & Chairman
All qualifying competitors will receive a goodie bag, regardless of the results.
RESULTS & AWARDS CEREMONY:
The ranks will be announced and the winning teams will stand to win prizes to-be-awarded in April/May (date-to-be-announced later).
The awards include prizes valued at S$3,000, S$1,800 and S$1,200. Not to mention the enticing prospect of the games being made available to the public through CNB’s portal and Facebook page, road shows and on-going activities to schools and community levels (non-commerical purpose).
1st Prize – S$3,000
2nd Prize – S$1,800
3rd Prize – S$1,200
FOR YOUR TIME