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AISB event Bulletin Item

COMPETITION: "Games AI Programming", Exeter (UK)
Contact: Kent McClymont,

Dear Students! 

The University of Exeter is holding a national games AI programming competition and hosting a games day which you are invited to take part in ( Some key information is listed below.

Download the game now at

--> First place is a cash prize
--> It easy to take part - program an AI player for a simple game.
--> Suitable for learner / novice programmers.
--> The competition is open to all UK students.
--> Teams may enter.
--> A range of speakers from UK games companies will be attending the games day.
--> This is a great opportunity to demonstrate your skills to future employers!
--> Other prizes and gaming goodies also available to entrants.


--> Upload a new entry each day and see where you sit on the leader board.
--> Competition closes Mark 22nd March 2011.

Check out the competition at

Yours sincerely,
Kent & Max
Games:Exeter Organisers

Download the game now at