10-Year Mass. girl takes Microsoft’s first kid’s game programming contest

Inspired by watching her little brother struggle to make a tic-tac-toe program, Hannah Wyman, 10, decided to start making games of her own using Microsoft’s Kodu programming language.  

“He was programming tic-tac-toe, and for something as simple as tic-tac-toe he was up there for hours just trying to make one thing go here, and one thing go there,” Wyman recalled.

Wyman then took the first ever Kodu Cup for her game Toxic which you can see below.