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Check out the five entries from E3 2014's College Game Competition

The Entertainment Software Association released a highlight reel from the E3 2014 College Game Competition held at this year's event introducing each team and their game.

The College Game Competition is an annual event in which student games are judged by a panel of industry experts and media. Students were selected from more than 400 universities. At this year's competition, developers from five schools — Lawrence Technology University, Savannah College of Art and Design, University of Denver, University of Texas at Austin and University of Utah — were selected as finalists.

Music manipulation game Vinyl came from the University of Utah, while Lawrence Technology University brought Paper Dream, a game in which players fly a paper airplane through surreal classroom environments. Students from the Savannah College of Art and Design brought Prisma, a side-scrolling platformer where players use color-based powers to change their experience. From the University of Denver came 3D puzzle game Data Helix. The University of Texas at Austin presented Port of Call, a first-person narrative exploration game.

At the end of the competition, Prisma was crowned as the competition's winner.

Watch the video above for a look at all five games.

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