2022 Rubber Duck Awards

The Rubber Duck Awards is a competition for educators and ākonga, tamariki, and rangatahi of Aotearoa New Zealand to tell stories through game design.

The competition is best suited for Year Levels 5-13.

How to participate

Choose your fav. platform below and sign up for a free account

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Download the Game Jam resources and criteria

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Submit your game 

Submissions
15 April - 
24 Nov

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Govt. aligned

Support aligned with the revised Technology Learning Area, Digital Technologies curriculum content. With an opportunity to give mana to Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes, and Computational Thinking for Digital Technologies.

Round 1 concept: Kaitiakitanga
Designing and developing a game to promote kaitiakitanga (guardianship)

The professional development will be delivered in English Medium, but inclusive to all. Games designed for the competition can be designed in any language the designers identify with. Te Ao Māori values will be woven through the delivery of content, and support materials.

In honour of the mahi of Gerard MacManus, with the blessing of his whānau

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Choose your favourite platform

Microsoft MakeCode

Microsoft MakeCode is a free online learn-to-code platform where anyone can build games, code devices, and mod Minecraft!

Gamefroot

Gamefroot is the fun way to make games, animations, stories and share them with the world.