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First place winning entry 2012 "Dating Dangers1.0" by Ko Ko The first place winner for 2011 was Jean HEHN of Another Kind.
The situations presented here are ones faced by most high school students, and the girls' reactions to them are quite realistic.
She lives in Louisville, Kentucky with her two children and family dogs. Ian Bogost is an award-winning videogame designer and media philosopher.
He is Associate Professor at Georgia Tech and Founding Partner at Persuasive Games LLC.
All of the quiz takers are students, which allows the girls --- Holly, Mads and Lina --- to get an insider's view of what their fellow students are thinking and feeling when it comes to dating and sex.
The story focuses on the search for the right person to date, the urge to be popular, the feeling of being alone and isolated, and the potential hurt caused by nasty rumors.
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First place winning entry 2011Leigh Alexander is news director of Gamasutra, author of the Sexy Videogameland weblog, and writes reviews, features and cultural commentary for a variety of outlets including Variety, Wired, Slate, The Escapist, Kotaku, and Paste Magazine.Holly, Mads and Lina are close friends and do not compete with one another.They have their own strengths and weaknesses, and are honest about them.Honeymoon is an award winning video game about dating violence which allows the game player to select their gender and the gender of their crush - an important reminder that dating abuse can affect anybody regardless of gender or sexual orientation.Perfect Date (Romance Game) is a game with 1 levels. Holly's boyfriend begins dating her because the other boys talked about how friendly she is.