The ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems invites you to develop a quantum-themed computer-game, where quantum effects can be used to good effect:
Quantum Games accepts games that run on common platforms (web, Android, Mac, PC or iOS).
The prize for the winning game is AU$1,500. The runner-up prize is AU$500.
In the first round of entries, you must submit a short video (up to 5 minutes) showcasing game play. If you are shortlisted, you will be invited to submit a full, playable game. For more details on timelines, see the key dates listed below.
Have question about the competition? Get in touch at email@example.com. For inspiration, check out the getting started box below.
Presentations from our free workshop on Saturday, October 26:
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Need more inspiration? Here's a highlight reel from the 2017 shortlisted entries for Quantum Games.
Access the full terms and conditions here.
EQUS invites you to develop and submit a new computer game that explores quantum principles to the EQUS Quantum Games competition. Your game needs to run on at least one of the following platforms:
To enter Quantum Games, upload a video to Youtube, Vimeo or Twitch showcasing game play with a short description (up to 500 words) by noon on January 31 2020. If you are shortlisted, we will ask you to submit a fully playable game by 28 February 2020.
By entering the competition, you warrant that you are in compliance with the competition terms and conditions.
The 2017 Quantum Games winners were the creators of Quantum Mechanic: Michael, Daniel, Arthur, and Nathan. Our runner-up was Alex Tritt and his game Measure Ball. You can check out the video trailers for each of their entries and the other shortlisted entries below.
If you are entering this competition and are under the age of 18, make sure your parent or guardian completes this consent form. You will need to upload it during the submission of your entry.