Recent news and success stories from the DigiPen (Singapore) community.
Samir Abou Samra, Chief Technology Officer for DigiPen, spoke to a group of more than 60 students at Singapore Polytechnic last week.
Profile of the innovative audio-based survival horror game, Lurking, developed over the course of six months by students at DigiPen (Singapore).
DigiPen (Singapore) senior lecturer Sandara Tang Sin Yung holds digital illustration master class for 150 students at Nanyang Polytechnic.
DigiPen (Singapore) offers series of Master Classes at Singapore Polytechnic and Nanyang Polytechnic in game design, computer science, and digital art.
2013 BFA graduate Desmond Wong talks about his job at Tecmo Koei and how DigiPen prepared him for his career.
Student game Descension: Depths of De’Mae becomes one of six finalists in the Independent Games Festival China (IGF China) Student Competition.
Five new games by DigiPen (Singapore) RTIS, BFA, and Game Design students: Flux, Nightmare, Mad Tea Party, Potawatomi, and Rorrim.
Blizzard Entertainment, developer and publisher of the popular Starcraft franchise, dropped by DigiPen (Singapore)’s campus for a Q&A session.
Three games from DigiPen Institute of Technology Singapore have been selected as student finalists at the Independent Games Festival China.
Graduate Tio Lok Ling talks about her work on the animated series that is looking to help stop the spread of dengue fever.
DigiPen Institute of Technology Singapore graduated its inaugural class of students in a ceremony held at its campus on June 23, 2012.
A group of DigiPen (Singapore) students completed a short animated film during their recent visit to the Redmond campus.
DigiPen (Singapore) student games Pixi and Void took home three titles at the annual Independent Games Festival (IGF) China.
Three DigiPen Singapore student games—Pixi, Terra: The Legend of the Geochine, and Void—were named finalists for the Independent Games Festival China.
DigiPen (Singapore) introduces the BFA Visual Effects track within the Digital Arts and Animation program for students interested in the VFX industry.
Qualified students will be taught by DigiPen (Singapore) in three full-time Professional Conversion Programs (PCPs) in Game Programming, Game Art, and Game Design.