Melbourne’s Glitch Crab Studios today took home the Best Student Game Award for its title, Level Squared.
The Glitch Grab team is composed of eight students — Benedict Zeng, Dane Perry Svendsen, Genevieve Rathgeber, Kip Brennan, Mark Tan, Matthew Harvey, Stephen Scoglio and Tegan Nicholson, all attending Swinburne University and studying Game & Interactivity and Games Development.
Level Squared started off life as Four Shadow, a gothic 2D puzzle-platformer, before being retooled into a non-gothic 2D puzzle-platformer for PAX AUS.
Well done to Glitch Crab Studios!
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