2DGamers Triannual Game Competition Has Begun!


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Over at 2dgamers.zapto.org, I am having a game design competition 3 times a year. This gives the designer 4 months to complete his/her entry. I feel this much time is necessary to make a good entry. If anyone here is interested in making a game and entering the competition, you are welcome to do so.
The rules are as follows:

Theme: True Love
Playing window size: [Full Screen or an option to do Full Screen] 640 x 480 (unlimited colors)
File size restriction: Less than 10MB
Levels or Rooms required: Must have at least 4
Teams: No teams! (Must be done by yourself... to keep things fair.)
Ripped Backgrounds: No
Ripped Sprites: No
Ripped Animation: No
Ripped Music: Yes (If you want to.)

Awarded to the Winner:
- Choice of how the next competition is setup on MAY 1st
- Added to the main page as a headline success story.
- And a surprise....  ;)

So get started everyone, you only have 4 months!!!


Posted by 2dgamers @ 1/8/2007 05:39  |    4

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2dgamers (Level 1 Jukyu) @ 1/10/2007 09:27
Sorry man, you have to make the game by yourself. That's part of the restrictions.

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vanSchmidt (Level 1 Intern) @ 1/9/2007 20:16
Hmm sounds like a good competition..  I have a game, but.. "we" worked on it, is it alowed that a team make a game?

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2dgamers (Level 1 Jukyu) @ 1/9/2007 17:15
No restrictions on language or platform. I prefer you work with something you are comfortable with. Besides, it could take 4 months just to learn a new language. This would be too much to ask.

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Setzer (Level 8 Cannibal) @ 1/9/2007 15:19
I guess there are no restrictions on programming language and platform?

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