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Level Squared wins best student game at The Game Awards

Level Squared won the best student game, a new category awarded for the first time tonight at The Game Awards. It went by a little fast, so I have no idea how to describe it. But it was made by a team at Swinburne University, and the older-looking guy who accepted the award is one […]
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