February competitions update


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Experimental Gameplay CompetitionA quick update to mention that the Experimental Gameplay Project has announced the theme of its new competition running now through February 19th. And the theme is "attraction" in honor of Valentine's Day, coming soon to a sweetheart near you.

Make a great game prototype, get an internship at Electronic Arts. The Experimental Gameplay Competition is a battle to seek out top undiscovered creative talent and give them a chance to rock the game industry. So, don't delay, grab your favorite rapid prototyping platform and get busy!

Flash Game Design Competition #2And now would be a good time to mention that there are just 18 days left until the deadline (February 23rd) for our very own Flash Game Design Competition. Lots of great prizes up for grabs and all we are asking for is a simple puzzle game to wow us with your creative brilliance. Be sure to check out all the details and get to work. There's still plenty of time to throw something together!

With all these great game development opportunities floating around, it's a great time to get your game design on! =)

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Two competitions at once?

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Do I detect a Yu-Gi-Oh! GX reference in there? Hmmm... Maybe coincidence.

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Gyah, 18 days! Need to get a lot of work done this weekend.

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Proeliata Author Profile Page February 6, 2007 6:18 PM

Although the whole game making thing is fun, an internship at EA as a "prize" is a bit misleading. Things haven't improved there much since http://ea-spouse.livejournal.com/274.html from what I hear.

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Aww, what a cute game! :D I liked it.

If you need help...

Press tab over and over again

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Boooo EA
Please don't support them. Not even by mentioning them.

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