DLSU Mobile Game Competition

De La Salle University is holding MobiGame 2005, the 2nd Mobile Computing Programming Competition. It’s open to teams of four university students and one faculty adviser.

The possible platforms:

  • Java 2 Micro Edition enabled mobile phones and handheld computers
  • Palm OS Powered Handheld devices
  • Windows Mobile Devices
  • Symbian OS Mobile Phones

The genres:

  • Role-Playing Game
  • First-Person Shooter
  • Sports
  • Puzzle

The submitted projects become the property of the College of Computer Studies. Are they planning to commercialize mobile game development?

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  • They offer FREE trainings to all those who participate in the competition. So even if they would be commercializing the mobile game development, let them. But I’m sure they aren’t, forgive me for being biased, because my prof organized the competition. Anyways, most of the teams who joined are from the College of COmputer Studies anyway.

  • They offer FREE trainings to all those who participate in the competition. So even if they would be commercializing the mobile game development, let them. But I’m sure they aren’t, forgive me for being biased, because my prof organized the competition. Anyways, most of the teams who joined are from the College of COmputer Studies anyway.

  • Thanks for the comment. I checked and found out about mobigame 2006. Commercializing is a good thing, IMHO, since it gives the students an entrepreneurship option in building their career.