Prize-winning students make play for DS development

After the buzz surrounding Valve's upcoming PC game Portal (which began life as an indie-released freeware title called Narbacular Drop, developed by students from the DigiPen Institute of Technology in the US) and Microsoft making its XNA game creation tools available to all, student game makers are suddenly the rage.

Nintendo machines are traditionally hard for established companies to get a foothold on, let alone students. So it's cheering to report that one team at the recent Dare to be Digital competition held at University of Abertay Dundee in Scotland is aming high and gunning for the DS.

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