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Game Lab 2016

On the search for the next winning game

The Stem Cell Game Lab 2016 was designed to build on the success of our pilot event in 2015, in which a successful game ‘Cell Bound’ was developed. 

Game Lab is a 48hr games development competition in which we invite gamers, graphic designers and developers to attend a crash course in stem cell medical research, including a hands-on tour of our laboratories. Teams were partnered with SCI researchers and had 48 hours to create a new computer game based on a given theme.

Two of the winning games are now being developed further:

-       Blood Tales

-       EPICgenetics

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