2017 Winners

Both competition categories are for either age range entry level. Teams should be made up of 4 or 5 students from a school or college, with a maximum of 3 teams per education establishment. Teams are able to enter both competition categories.

FXP 2016 will run as a regional pilot with limited spaces available to schools and colleges – participating schools and colleges have already been contacted by FXP organisers.

Competition entry

Entry Levels:

  • Entry Level 1: Year 9 to Year 11 learners

  • Entry Level 2: FE learners

Competition categories

The two entry stages for the competition are based around the concept and development of a mobile game:

Concept

1

Design an original idea for a game for mobile platform

Development

2

Build an original idea for a game for mobile platform

2016 Winners

Over £6,000 of Prizes

Concept category:

Level 1

Winner: Chesterton Community College ‘Danny and the He Men’

2nd Place: Chesterton Community College ‘CG’s Computer Exploded’

3rd Place: Parkside Community College ‘100100001101001.00’

Level 2

Winner: West Suffolk College ‘Lucid’

2nd Place: West Suffolk College ‘Chaki Mukai’

3rd Place: Longsands Academy ‘ UpUpDownDownLeftRightLeftRightBAStart’

Development category:

Level 1

Winner: Parkside Community College ‘There is No Spoon’

2nd Place: Chesterton Community College ‘Danny and the He Men’

3rd Place: Chesterton Community College ‘LitD3V’

Level 2

Winner: Suffolk New College ‘Still Nina Tucker’

2nd Place: Longsands Academy ‘UpUpDownDownLeftRightLeftRightBAStart’

3rd Place: West Suffolk College ‘Resnik’