Mousebreaker Flash game dev contest


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Mousebreaker Flash game contestAlick over at Mousebreaker in the UK sends word of a Flash game development contest they are running now through the end of November. They are offering substantial cash prizes for the three (3) best games submitted: £2000 for first place; £1000 for second place; and £500 for third place.

Here is a run-down of the criteria for your Flash game entry:
  • New and original (Must not have appeared on another website)
  • Fast-loading (maximum 600kb file size)
  • Easy to understand, difficult to master
  • Quick to play
  • Level based
  • High score based
  • Addictive! Ideally it will have that certain something that makes people play it again and again!

The deadline for receipt of entries is November 30, 2006 at 11:59PM (GMT). Be sure to visit the Mousebreaker competition page for complete details. And if you need a little motivation, consider this: £2000 (pounds) is worth substantially more than $2000 (dollars). ;)

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£2000 = $3,742.51

I didn't get a chance to do anything for your contest, maybe I'll find time to do something for this one.

...begins to ponder...

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hhhm, maybe something to aim my shadowhands at?
(Jay and a few others will know what I'm talking about ;) )

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wylie.conlon October 7, 2006 11:41 AM

Hm... I have an idea ready that I've been working on for the past few weeks. Almost $4,000? I'm joining even if I don't have a chance!

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cool! too bad i suck at flash :(

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zeldafreak104 October 9, 2006 3:28 PM

I suck at flash... but I can do some basic stuff. All I need is an idea for a game..

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Hello
This is a cool contest but you have a litle time for developers in other country like me.
Will you please posboned your date till December 25th it's Christmas time and more fun than you close your contest in the end of November?

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