Catch up on the latest news and events from around the DigiPen-Europe Bilbao community.
For the second straight year, a student team from DigiPen Europe-Bilbao won big at Gamelab Barcelona, this time for their zany first-person adventure.
With its elemental power-ups and fluid motion mechanics, the sophomore project came out on top in the Gamelab Conference’s “Best University Game” category.
Brothers Xabier and Julen Urrutia Perez grew up drawing comics together, graduated from DigiPen’s BFA program together, and now, they work together too.
The DigiPen Europe-Bilbao graduate worked with Nintendo on one of its legacy franchises after completing his degree. Now, he’s building his own game.
A studio founded by graduates from DigiPen Europe-Bilbao just released their first game, Dynasty Feud, via Steam Greenlight.
Spanish game studio Binary Soul, formed by six students from DigiPen Bilbao, just had their first game, Sorgina: A Tale of Witches, greenlit on Steam.
Xabier Urrutia is a 2014 graduate and the creator of Level 1457 LAST, a short animated film he produced as part of his Senior Cinematic Project class at DigiPen Institute of Technology Europe-Bilbao.
The DigiPen student game Umbra Chronicles: The Awakening won the award for Best Basque Video Game at the 2013 International Independent Game Competition – hóPlay.
Twisted, a student game by Team Armageddon at DigiPen Bilbao, has been nominated for the “Best Student Game” award at the 2013 Gamelab Barcelona event in Spain.