Mobile and web games to be built for upcoming film Avenging Angel

Train2Game student contest for film adaptation

Game education group Train2Game has opened a new competition for its students to build a game adaptation of the upcoming film Avenging Angel.

Students inducted into a Train2Game course will be allowed to build either a browser or smartphone game set within Avenging Angel’s narrative.

The contest is open only to students on Train2Game courses.

The Avenging Angel story is to be told through both a feature film and a graphic novel – both which have received funds by the now-redundant UK Film Council.

“Train2Game concentrates on selecting only the most able talent for its courses so we’re as pleased as the students for every opportunity to demonstrate their abilities,” said course director Tony Bickley.

“Equipping students with skills and experiences to give them the edge in a competitive industry is a key priority and aim for our course.”

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