Wendi Stein of Population Media Center (standing) looks on as two United Nations officials try the Breakaway video game during a visit in January to New York City.
Students and faculty from Champlain College and Population Media Center meet with United Nations representatives to go over the details of the Breakaway video game in New York CIty earlier this year.
Champlain College graduate and creative director for Breakaway, Lauren Nishikawa, talks with Joel Pelletier, left, and Jovan Ellis about the Breakaway game.
Laura Dagan, formerly of Dwight Asset Management's CEO, introduces the Champlain College Emergent Media Center team - Julie Bond, assistant EMC director, Ann DeMarle, EMC director, and students working on the Breakaway project, Amanda Jones, Joel Pelletier and Lauren Nishikawa.
A donation to the Emergent Media Center's Breakaway UN game project was made in honor of retiring Dwight Asset Management CEO Laura Dagan (second from right) by David J. Thompson, Dwight's CEO and President. Shown with them, Lauren Nishikawa, Joel Pelletier, Amanda Jones and EMC Director Ann DeMarle.
Champlain College students work on the computer modeling of characters in the new online soccer game, Breakaway.
Champlain College students have designed a new online video soccer game called Breakaway.
The logo for the new Game Breakaway
A sportscard designed to help promote the new Breakaway game with international soccer star Samuel Eto'o.
A screenshot from the game showing how players will sign up for teams and keep track of their score over the course of the episodic online game.
A screenshot of the game and characters in Breakaway - it will be available in English, French and Spanish and is geared toward a global audience of young boys.