Competition #3 deadline!

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JayGame design competition #3 theme: replayWhew! What a crazy week this has been, and another one just now starting... where did the weekend go?

With the deadline for our 3rd game design competition now officially here, all the development and preparation for it seems to have been time well spent. Thanks to the participation and cooperation of some of the best Flash game design talent from around the world, we are now looking at nearly 20 sparkling new, creative game designs to share with you. And we can't wait to begin to roll them out.

So keep a close eye on this page, because you haven't seen nothin' yet! =)


I can't wait! I loved some of the games that came out of the last two competitions, and I want to see what they did with this year's theme.


I'm too waiting for the entries to come out


Oh why flash! Why?! I'm probably too young to earn the prize anyways, but still.... I don't look forward to the games because of the repetitive stuff I know I'm going to see(the theme is replay). but I'm sure a few entries will be different.

funkyfuturist July 16, 2007 2:44 AM

Very eager to see the entries. When are the games going live?


Zace, if you think that the games churned out are going to be repetitive, think again. You only have to look at the Original Competition page to see some of the ideas that have come out.

Some might be repetitive, but the majority probably won't be.


ooh! who can wait?! I'm sure the entries will all be amazing, just as they were in the last competition.


Zace: "Replay" could also be interpreted in the sense of "replay value". :)

IHaveNoName July 16, 2007 3:44 AM

You're (literally) the expert(jay)! But again, why does it have to be flash/as2(minimum)? Because you can use flash for free for evaluation for only 30 days and then you have to buy it then when you produce something for the competition and win what do you do with the license that comes with? I can imagine some interesting uses of the theme replay. (the screen gets smaller each play, continuous gameplay with random events, play each time trying to get records for virtual prizes(minigames), and for all of them extremely short, repeated gameplay.) Now that I think about it I think there may be only one or two games that are annoying/repetitive, because of the problem of upsetting your score, and the fact of all the ideas I could come up with on the spot, and others are thinking more about the idea.


I am far too excited about this.


Okay, I PROMISE next time I'll have my entry ready in time for the competition. I think. I hope.


And I promise, that next time I'll come up with an idea that isn't too complex to enter into the competition. :p

Mandypoo July 16, 2007 9:40 AM

I'm just far too excited for this! Cheers to Jay for putting it all together! :D


and i promise that next time i will have learned enough flash to attempt to enter a competition :)

btw i can't wait cause:
nearly twenty entries=much fun




I'm a bit sad that I didn't have time to get an entry in...

but I did get a holiday in the caribbean! :D

can't wait toplay the entries and (I know I've said this everytime :s) I'll enter next time!


Man I can't wait for these games to come out, mainly to see how the crappy shooter I entered measures up. Good luck to everyone!


Really excited to play all the games !

Considerating the "replay" theme, I guess we will all spend a looooooonnnnnggg time playing those games, as each entry will ask us to play again, again, again..... ;)


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