@Pixel_Dailies Pixel Art Competition Today. Win a copy of Delver!


Another @Pixel_Dailies competition is running today. For this competition you must create a dungeon delving hero, the kind that might appear in the roguelike genre of games. Upload your artwork to twitter and tag it with @pixel_dailies and #Hero. Only one entry per person is allowed. The competition ends at 11pm UTC Thursday. 

Thanks to @Cuddigan from Priority Interrupt there are two Steam keys for Delver up for grabs. One prize will be awarded to the best pixel art, and the second will go to a random submission. Good luck!


PS Pixeljointers: Sorry about the time delay in posting the news but there's a time lag between eigenbom and jalonso. Be sure to follow @Pixel_Dailies to get the announcement as soon as it happens. We're also running themes everyday and they are posted like clockwork at around 11pm UTC.

Posted by eigenbom @ 9/17/2014 16:26  |    3


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eigenbom (Level 4 Deputy) @ 9/18/2014 16:54

Hmm your twitter client shouldn't display all of the RTs, but it's defintely a good point and I'll switch today to only RTing the more remarkable stuff. To be honest, @Pixel_Dailies has kind of exploded, gaining 750 followers in only about two months, and was originally only an account for me to interact with a few people, so I've definitely got to start filtering.

The comp is now over, and the results are here: twitter.com/Pixel_Dailies/status/512748367638568960

Thanks all for entering!


Drazile (Level 6 Yonkyu) @ 9/18/2014 02:03

I would follow Pixel_Dailies if they didn't RT every entry. It's very annoying, especially since most are of a lower quality.

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