In today’s official blog post, Google announced that the five young girls who won the previous game design contest will visit E3 Games for free to visit and learn. Google’s game is to appeal to girls around the world to submit the game designs they want to play in order to increase the proportion of female game developers. While participating in E3, Google will also specialize in their game designs and promote these games to Android’s Play App Store.
It is reported that in this round of game design contest, 11th grade student Christine from Vancouver, Washington won the university scholarship of 10,000 U.S. dollars, and donated 15,000 U.S. dollar technical sponsorship to her school. Christine's game design is a side-sliding puzzle game Mazu, a deformable girl who goes through dangerous forests.