September 19, 2017

Whiskered Away – Global Game Jam Winner To Be Featured at GDC Play

"Whiskered Away" created at the 2017 Phoenix Global Game Jam.

Congratulations to UAT Game Studios development team who took first place in the Phoenix Global Game Jam held at UAT on January 20-22. A week from now, the devs will leave for GDC Play in San Fransisco, California to show off their new game, “Whiskered Away,” as the Game Jam’s grand prize sponsored by Clique API. “Whiskered Away” takes place on a beach with cute, colorful cats who are collecting shiny coins that belong to Poseidon. The cats must avoid Poseidon’s wrath as he throws waves at the cats trying to pull them out to sea. If the cats are successful…

One of UAT’s Own Featured as 2016 IGDA Scholar

Camila Magrane

Congratulations to the recently awarded Game Programming student, Camila Magrane, who was selected as a 2016 IGDA Scholar securing a spot for her to attend the ever popular Game Developers Conference we all know simply as GDC, which takes place at the Moscone Center in San Fransisco, from March 14-18. Camila is a multimedia artist originally from Caracas, Venezuela. She is a recent graduate of the University of Advancing Technology where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Game Programming. Before pursuing a degree in game development, Camila studied photography and film making which gave her a strong foundation in visual…

Game Art Student, Ashley Casarrubias, Awarded Scholarship to GDC

Game Developers Conference - GDC

Game Art and Animation student Ashley Casarrubias was determined to go to the Game Developers Conference (GDC) this year, as it’s the world’s largest industry event for those in game development. He’s heard about the hype over the years and wanted to make the trip himself for the first time. There’s so much for a game student to see, do and learn at GDC! It’s the Disneyland of game development with new products and game demos on display, news on upcoming game releases, industry trends and panels from top sources in the industry, and a presence from all of the AAA…