uDevGames 2003 Voting Begins
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Like 40 early holiday presents, iDevGames has notified us it is now time to start playing the games and casting your votes in the uDevGames 2003 contest. The voting will take place over the next two weeks, ending on November 19th. Everybody with any kind of interest of Macintosh gaming is encouraged to download, play through, and vote for as many of the 41 entries as possible.
More about the contest:
uDevGame was established by iDevGames with three underlying objectives in mind: create, educate, and succeed. The goal is to motivate developers to create original games for the Macintosh platform, and then to release the source code back to the Macintosh programming community. In this way, the participants of uDevGame actively help to educate developers (and aspiring developers) in technologies such as OpenGL and Cocoa. In addition, the contest helps to draw attention to those that develop unique and exciting games for the Macintosh, as well as help introduce the best and brightest Macintosh game development talent to development houses and publishers alike.Head over to the download page today to enjoy the fruits of creativity from these many independent developers.
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