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DADIU is not a school in itself, but instead a collaboration of different schools and educations in Denmark. Each year, 6 teams of around 15 students are assembled and receive education and guidance in the creation of computer games. The students will learn how to work within a large group of people and learn their place in a large, organized project. Due to the high amount of applicants, and the finite number of spots, most students will be interviewed before granted access to the program.
When a game project is complete, the management behind DADIU will do their best to help promote the game by contacting the press, submitting games to game festivals around the world, etc. Overall DADIU has seen great success amongst its graduation games, and the DADIU program has received more attention, and better funding, by the Danish government over the last couple of years.
- 2010 - Catnapped wins the first prize at the "Live 2011 Grand Prix" game festival .
- 2010 - Creaky Old Memory is nominated for best game at the "IndieCade" game festival.
- 2010 - Plane Weaver is included in The PAX 10.
- 2009 - Puzzle Bloom is included in The PAX 10.
- 2009 - Dish Washington wins the first prize at the "Independent Games Festival".
Six teams are assembled each year, and every team receives five weeks to complete their graduation game. All teams but one have managed to complete their game.
- Don Q
- Creaky Old Memory
- Office Rage
- Plane Weaver
- Subway Samurai
- Slug n’ Roll
- Puzzle Bloom
- Karin and the Hidden Lake
- It’s Mime Time!
- Corny Voyage
- Karma Cab
- Dish Washington