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All the music has been stolen! This addictive and mad-cap arcade finds you trying to get it back.
The simple but compelling gameplay and fantastic use of music will have you screaming for more.
This game won the prize for the most innovation and creativity and comprised Simon Quig, Karen Morrison, Roshen Kessopersadh, Pranay Kamat, Jianye Ye and Simon O'Dwyer.
Switched on Entertainment
Professor Fribble's Fun Factory
This game was aimed at youngsters and was designed to put the fun back into learning.
Players have to help the professor put the fun back into his fun factory.
Switched on Entertainment are Phil Cousins, Phil Maguire, Stace Hindle, Nancy Lai, Chien-lin Tang and Chris Cooper.
If fast and furious is your thing then Racing-X is the game for you. Redefining racing games in a weird post apocalyptic style setting this is a true whit knuckle ride of a game.
Not for the faint of heart!
Team Doom are Damien McNamara, Peter Flood, Owen Ward, Anthony O'Dwyer, Anirudh Roy Popli and Mark Commins.Screenshots
Another one for the kids this game sees Buster making his way through a magical garden and competing a number of educational tasks along the way.
This game is both simple and endearing.
Team Play are David McLaughlin, Julie Aravantinos, Yousef Mohseni, Iain Carsberg, Pitipong Guntawong and David Wolsley.Screenshots
Silver Tongue Software
Pikkolo is adventurous and brave. She needs to be. She and her band have been kidnapped by the evil Oryx who plans to use their euphoric music for his own twisted ends. After managing to escape, Pikkolo must rescue her fellow band members and - with their help – put an end to their captor's demented plot.This is a music driven fantasy adventure in which players must learn to combine conventional gaming skills with unique music-based game-play elements. Silver Tongue Software are Caroline Anderson, Dennis Heaney, David Ross, Richard McGowan, Kai Chen and Martin Mulroe.
Conspiracy - Corporate Warfare
Corporations run the world. Can you defeat them in this fabulous offering from evil machines? This innovative game can be played either on a computer or remotely with a mobile phone.
Clever stuff indeed, especially as they won the Technical Excellence prize.
Evil Machines are Andy Hynes, Colin Farrell, David Farrell, Geoff Cooper, Khor Eng Chien and Craig Stevenson.
The Frozen North
Another eductional game. Teaching kids using 'synthetic phonics' and a dance mat to keep their interest. Another truly innovative and unique offering from Dare 2005 and the game that won the greatest market potential.
This team were Bruno Frayling-Kelly, Sandy Beveridge, Andrew Heywood, Sean McIlroy, Soh Yu Ming and Bruce Robertson.
GT (Gene Therapy)
A truly fishy offering from this team! Breed weird and wonderful fishy characters. Users are able to trade fish online. Salt and vinegar anyone?
Although this team did not win a prize at Dare, they did win the Develop prize for most promising new concept at the Edinburgh Interactive Entertainment Festival. This team were Dylan Coughlan, Richard Edwards, Thomas Geoghegan, David Gower, Brian Hui and Richard Thomas.