Indie Games Day 7 Day Game Challenge - May 2012 - Win Cash!

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  1. GnadeGames

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    Hey Game Developers-

    To Celebrate and promote indie game developers, we are holding a 7-day Game Challenge. Developers will spend no more than 7 days working on a game prototype that they will submit to www.indiegamesday.com.

    There will be no entry fees, but your game will be made freely available on www.indiegamesday.com for download/judging. Players will download and play your free game and vote on a winner. The winner will receive a cash prize with the hopes that the money will go towards further developing and crafting an awesome independent game.

    The theme will be announced in mid-May and contestants will have a few weeks to submit their games (HONOR SYSTEM PEOPLE - Don't spend more than 7 days on an entry).

    For more information check out: http://indiegamesday.com/7-day-dev-challenge/

    I'll post more information as it develops...
     
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  2. lennard

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    Love the poster - way to busy to get distracted for a week. Note to self: you are really, way, way too busy. Don't even think about this contest.
     
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