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14-18 NOW & Creative England invite proposals for 2016 digital project

28 August 2015

14-18 NOW and Creative England are inviting UK based creative software developers to submit proposals for a new and original game or interactive project, which connects with themes of the First World War.

14-18 NOW are looking for ideas that create a rich experience for any user and provide a thought-provoking modern view of WW1.  A key component is for game and app designers to collaborate with the arts and cultural sector.  A games developer may look to a musician to score their game, a visual artist to design environments or work with a writer to create a narrative.

Up to £80,000 in funding is available to the winning company to design, create and publish the digital tool, to be launched in 2016.

More information & how to apply

 Deadline for submissions: Friday 18 September

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