uDevGame 2002 Voting Period Begins
7:37 AM | Eddie Park | Comment on this story
The uDevGame 2002 Mac Game Programming Contest has officially opened the voting period. Sponsored by iDevGames, the uDevGame Contest, which occurs yearly, challenges Mac programmers not only to create original games in a short amount of time, but also offers up the source code in order to widen the Mac gaming scene.
Those interested in voting can download any of the games entered, try them out freely, and place their votes at the official uDevGame site. The titles range from Astrosquid to Tempest in a Teapot, with plenty more inbetween. Interested voters should move quickly, because the voting period is only open for just over a week:
The 40 games will be subject to a 9 day public voting period startingiDevGames also asks that players vote on games that they have actually played. More information, downloads, and voting pages can be found at the official uDevGames site.
iDevGames - uDevGame Mac Game Programming Contest
November 18 and ending November 26, where each will be judged in the
following five categories: Game Play, Originality, Graphics, Sound & Music,
and Polish. The votes will then be tallied, averaged, and the winners
announced on December 2, 2002.
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