Kentucky Derby Festival Foundation RoboRumble Minecraft Edition

REWATCH THE FINALS!

 

Check out the winners from this year below!

 

PLACE

STUDENT DISTRICT SCHOOL COMPETITION 

LEVEL

WHICH EVENT DOES YOUR MINECRAFT BUILD SHOW?

LINK TO THE PROJECT

1st Place Overall Individual Parker Layne Pike County Phelps Elementary School Elementary Thunder Over Louisville https://youtu.be/LRBdey4hVY8
1st Place Overall Team Alexis Chwistek and Angelina Wooldridge Bullitt County Public Schools The Discovery School at Hebron Middle Middle Pegasus Parade https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvfWo26ldTo
 

Middle School Level | Individual Division

1st Place Middle Individual Alexander (Lex) Patterson Bullitt County Public Schools The Discovery School at Hebron Middle Middle Thunder Over Louisville https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hY5Jx77hro4
2nd Place Middle Individual Nathan Wallace JCPS Summit Academy Middle Thunder Over Louisville https://youtu.be/jfRIYWbcfJg
3rd Place Middle Individual Naomi Mitchell Bullitt County Public Schools The Discovery School at Hebron Middle Middle Churchill Downs (Run for the Roses) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVR2EoX_PVU
 

Middle School Level | Team Division

1st Place Middle Team Lucy Craigo-Snell, Eli Harrell, Teddy Harrell, and Andy Harrell JCPS (Lucy); Homeschool (Harrell Brothers) Noe Middle School (Lucy); Homeschool (Harrell Brothers) Middle Thunder Over Louisville https://youtu.be/4F1f1zMzmXQ
2nd Place Middle Team Isaac V. and Caden T. Bullitt County Public Schools The Discovery School at Hebron Middle Middle Thunder Over Louisville https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_olyvd1kYXA
3rd Place Middle Team Juliette Ruiz and Branson Gittings Archdiocese of Louisville Saint Martha School Middle Thunder Over Louisville, Great BalloonFest, Created horse run statue and Derby https://youtu.be/2G8SQLEBcBQ
 

Elementary Level | Individual Division

1st Place Elementary Individual Anna Mertz JCPS Middletown Elementary School Elementary Pegasus Parade https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChczlYd-MRAaE7R0CLu2q-Q
2nd Place Elementary Individual Luke Sikes JCPS Jeffersontown Elementary Elementary Great BalloonFest https://youtu.be/046dhPgNus0
3rd Place Elementary Individual Canaan Franklin County Bridgeport elementary school Elementary Great Steamboat Race   https://youtu.be/e-DNhd3mBqg
 

Elementary Level | Team Division

1st Place Elementary Team Magnus & Atticus Mayhue JCPS Mayhue Academy (Homeschool) Elementary Rose Fest https://youtu.be/WW5gIfC6XGE
2nd Place Elementary Team Heidi Adams, Averie Williams, Elizabeth Omabti, Flora Berfield, Willa Frankenberger, Luci McCallon JCPS Hawthorne, Eisenhower, Wilkerson, Norton Commons, Elementary KY Derby Park https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJ39aC160sQ
3rd Place Elementary Team Nolan E., Landon F., Easton P. Fayette Wellington Elementary Elementary Thunder Over Louisville https://youtu.be/BqD49x4Mv-E

 

 

2021 COMPETITION CRITERIA

  1. Students will be creating a Minecraft build and showcasing it through a screen captured 3-minute video. 
  2. The final build should show a new or existing Kentucky Derby Festival event.
  3. It should be as detailed as possible with community impacts and connections. This is YOUR festival!
  4. A team can be one or more students with no more than 10 students per team.
  5. This project can be configured to any scale that the participants deem manageable. 
  6. Please refer to the scoring rubric on slide 6 of this document for specific scoring categories and the Finished Product section for a description of what should be included in your completed project.
  7. The video should capture the student(s) providing a step-by-step walkthrough of important features of the Minecraft build that is recorded live from the device screen using the software of the team’s choosing.  
  8. Narration can occur as a voice-over in synch with the video, utilize well-timed on-screen titles to describe features, or a combination of both.

COMPETITION RUBRIC HERE.

GAME SPECIFICATIONS

All content in the build should be original work created by the student(s). Students may use MinecraftEDU or the regular PC/Mac version of Minecraft, or the iOS (iPad) version, as long as a screen recording can be captured. 

Use only the default texture pack. Mods are not allowed.