uDevGames 2004 Officially Announced
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Mac game community site iDevGames has announced that the uDevGames 2004 - Macintosh Game Development Contest has officially commenced. As with previous uDevGames contests, interested contestants have three months to fully develop a game from start to finish. Once submitted, games will be judged from a variety of angles, including originality, story, and polish.
Serving as a showcase for creative and fun games that are created within a three-month development period, the uDevGames Contest is the premiere annual event in the Mac game development scene, for both developers and enthusiasts alike. This year's contest features many new improvements, including a new category to determine "Best Story" in a game, judging by noted industry professionals to determine "Best Polish" — or the level of professionalism and finish displayed in a game, as well as the adherence to OSI (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/) approved licenses for all source code released in uDevGames 2004.Some of the stipulations include that a title must run natively under OS X, and that it must be under 10 MB when compressed. Prizes for winning entries have been donated by a variety of Mac-related sponsors.
More information on the rules can be found at iDevGames.
Design; Develop; Everyone Wins — uDevGames 2004 Announced
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