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SIEGE Games for Health

The Georgia Southern game development team of Scott Morris and Robert McLaughlin advanced to the SIEGE Convention in Atlanta.  Of the 448 people registered to compete in the HHS Game Jam, only 16 teams were chosen to advance to the SIEGE Games for Health.  The topic of the games was HIV awareness and prevention.  Scott and Robert are students in the Department of Computer Sciences and members of the Aurora Game Development Club.


Posted in CEIT News, Computer Sciences News