Bring Color Back to the World With Rhythm


Anyone who has ever wanted to be a game developer but thought they were too young might want to take a look at this story. The winner of EA’s 2009 Invent-A-Game Challenge, Dan Slutz, is watching his dream come true and the 10,000 dollar Grand Prize isn’t bad either. This eighteen year old game developer in training won the contest with his music based platforming game Rhythm. In the game the story’s hero, Rhythm is trying to recover his platinum disc from his sworn enemy, Sylence, who has used the device to steal all of the world’s music and color. The game incorporates multiple genres of music, which Rhythm uses to bring back color to the world. If this sounds like something you would enjoy playing then click here to learn how to download your copy free of charge. Let this story be a testament to what you can do when you try hard enough and put your heart and soul into something.

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Taran Brar

Taran is a Computer Science Enginnering Student at The Ohio State University. He played his first video game on the SNES but did not own a console until he got an N64. Favorite Games: World of Warcraft, .Hack series and Dynasty Warriors 2

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