Friday, April 27, 2007


Do you believe in second chances? What could you do if your game didn't make it in the Dream.Build.Play contest? Maybe (1) you decide to hold to your more-than-8-hour daytime job -plus you quit your dreams of cash, more cash and glory- or (2) the "Intel® Game Demo Contest 2007" could be your next solution.

However, you'll have to consider that the contest calls for entries elegible for the following two categories:

  1. Best Threaded Game: for the demo that best shows off the computational power of a multi-core processor, and
  2. Best Game on the Go: for the demo that best shows advances in laptop gaming.

Life is not that easy, isn't it? Well, before say "naaahh, it's not for me ...", check the prizes and the official rules.

From the rules: "... Contest begins March 5th, 2007. Registration Forms must be received by July 1st, 3:00pm PST 2007. Community judging to determine finalists will begin July 1st, 3:00pm PST 2007 and run until August 1st, 3:00pm PST 2007. Executables of finalists must be received by August 15th, 3:00pm PST 2007. Winners will be announced at Austin Game Developer Conference on September 5th, 2007, and published on the contest website the same day ...".

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