The ICAD/VisionLab laboratory, Department of Informatics/PUC-Rio, won the 2nd-place award of the SBGames game show held in Curitiba, Brazil, Nov 2-4 2017, with its experimental game Spookyard. Students from the Art & Design Department (PUC-Rio) were an essential part of the winning team. About 40 exhibitors (most of them gaming companies) participated in the contest, with the Spookyard game being the only student game among the fair’s winners. SBGames is the largest and most important conference on digital entertainment and game development in Brazil. Beside the quality of the game design, Spookyard reached a technological achievement because is completely written in Lua – a computer language developed at PUC-Rio and used worldwide.