IMG Picks Their Favorite uDevGame Entries
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After another successful year, Mac gaming websource iDevGames has wrapped up the second annual uDevGame contest. The contest, designed to encourage and showcase game programming on the Mac, rewards individuals who can throw together a home-made game of any type in two months. Once the games are completed, each entry is made available for download, where members of the public can cast their vote and vote for individual entries based on several characteristics. At the end of the judging period, votes are tabulated, and the winning entries are awarded prizes donated by prominent individuals or companies in the Mac gaming industry.
This year the contest saw forty games entered into competition, from simple card and puzzle games to elaborate 3D environment games and first person shooters. iDevGames editor-in-chief Carlos Camacho, along with radio personalities Sean Smith and Omaha Sternberg, announced the winners Monday night on the weekly internet radio show The Gamesome Mac.
IMG's uDevGame Picks of the Litter
In an effort to honour the many designers, programmers, graphics gurus and sound engineers who poured their blood, sweat, and tears into this year’s uDevGame contest, Inside Mac Games news reporters Mike Apps, Jean-Luc Dinsdale and Galen Wiley have taken on the task of plunging deep into all of the forty entries, emerging with a hand-picked list of each of their favorite three.
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