In the U18 category of the 2022 Japan Game Awards, the winner of the Collaboration Platform Award was announced. Hajime Game Programming" ("Hajipro"), the winner of the Collaboration Platform Award in the U18 category of the 2022 Japan Game Awards, has been announced.
"Nintendo Switch 'Navi Tsuki! Tsukuru Wakaru Hajimete Game Programming" award was established in fiscal year 2022 for the " U18 Division, " a contest for game creators under the age of 18, with the aim of discovering game creators who will lead the next generation. What is the Japan Game Awards U18 Division?
What is the Japan Game Awards U18 Division?
The Japan Game Awards U18 category is a game production contest for people 18 years old and younger, which was established in 1996 under the name of "CESA Awards".
Teams of up to five people (or one person) participate in the contest, and their games and presentations are judged.
In 2022, all preliminary and final competitions were held online as a countermeasure against the new coronavirus infection!
Hajipro" Collaboration Platform Award Winners
|Name of author||Jiryu Yamaki|
|Game ID||G 008 DJH F2F|
The first winner of the "Nintendo Switch "Make it and Learn it with Navigation! The first winner of the "First Time Game Programming Award" was " Impulse Ball ".
The game is about sending color-changing balls flying in the direction the camera is facing to reach the goal.
The combination of the comfort of bouncing balls and the quickness of retries made the game very enjoyable to play, and was highly praised by the jury members.
The video is titled "Nintendo Switch 'With Navigation! Tsukutte Wasureware Hajimete Game Programming" Award.
The "Hajipro" collaboration award will be offered again next year.
The "Nintendo Switch 'With Navigation! Tsukuru Wakaru Hajimete Game Programming" prize, which started in 2022, will be offered again in the U18 category in 2023.
Participants must be 18 years old or younger, but games created with "Hajipro" will be eligible, so if you want to participate, why not start creating your own game with "Hajipro" now?
Free Trial Lesson Available!
Even if you don't have "Hajipro" yet, a free trial version is available to experience game programming.
The trial version allows you to experience the first lesson in its entirety. You can try programming "Onigokko Battle".
Why don't you take this opportunity to start game programming and participate in a competition?
With navigation! For more information on "Tsukuru te Kuru Wakaru Hajimete Game Programming", please visit Nintendo's website.