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Northwestern members of game programming teams place at University of Tulsa's Annual Gaming Exposition


The Code Jam Challenge team was awarded Best Graphics and Most Ambitious for their game "Glitch." Team members are (from left) Matt Day, Bryce Larkey and Jackson Gardner. Not pictured is Austin Mount.

Northwestern Oklahoma State University's game programming teams participated in the University of Tulsa's annual Heartland Gaming Exposition in early April for the fifth time, placing in several categories.

Students from across Oklahoma compete in high school, collegiate and independent developer categories along with competition for the Code Jam Challenge.

Computer science majors who attended included Ashley Carter, Enid sophomore; Matt Day, Woodward senior; Richard Fischer, Kiowa, Kansas, junior; Jackson Gardner, Lawton freshman; Dakota Jantz, Helena junior; Bryce Larkey, Fargo junior; Br...

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