Sunjay: hmm yeah, that’s a good idea!!! “Push Blender to the Limits!!” perfect!
Yeah, I don’t have any rules layed out yet, and the sign up is just to see who’s interested in joining…AND they will get notification when the real sign up is.
About the rules, do you have any ideas to add? I have a very few in the main post…im open for suggestions
cool am defenetly doing this. my first entery to a contest
also for the prizes maybe it could be something from the blender eshop. that would be really cool, or maybe the first 3 winners from the gameplay, graphics and logic brick only, they could team up to make a game on blender 2.5. that would be like pushing blender to the limit
anyway if I have a chance of winning I would love to get a prize from the eshop
Sunjay03: no… a month is too soon. Maybe no earlier than September 2009? That would give a year at max. Its nice if we have big games along with mini games…we want as many people to enter as possible, without just having a bunch of little mini games. But thanks for the tip
The game I entered for the competition was not the game I intended. The game I was going to enter was a sweet car game. Two weeks before the contest deadline, it all got erased. I will never get to enter that.
I believe that we should be endorsing new ideas. It will allow people to include their old stuff into new stuff and make it better. This will also make our theme more relevant. “Pushing Blender to its limits and beyond!”
Sunjay: But I don’t want to make everybody start over with there games if they already have been working on it for a while…just FINISHING a game is an accomplishment. Pushing blender to its limits doesn’t mean ditch old games, and start new ones…it means do the best you can with your current project.