Every year Oregon students get a chance to compete in the Oregon Game Project Challenge (OGPC). This was the seventh year where Middle School and High School kids could use their drawing, modeling, composing, writing, programming, and other skills to create a game based on a provided theme. This is great fun, but also a chance to put their skills together to create something amazing as a group.
This year, the High School award for Art and Assets went to Crescent Valley High School's Penteract team for a game created in Unity with all custom-made sounds, music, graphics, and code.
Congratulations to Lorelei, Dylan, Gabriel, Alana, and Hayden!
|Team 916 group photo|
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