Dec 04, 2008
iDevGames announced the start of the fifth uDevGames Mac Game Development Contest! The contest challenges participants to create a Mac OS X game in three months time, which will then be subjected to public vote and peer vote, with the best in a variety of categories receiving prizes provided by sponsors. The contest is open to any IDE that creates Mac native games—and OpenGL games are especially welcomed. If you’re one of the winners, you’ll walk away with prizes such as Art Text, modo, Cheetah 3D, Carrara Studio, Silo, cash, and more! Visit iDevGames website and also the uDevGames contest. Since 2001, we’ve had some great games that take advantage of OpenGL.
Posted on 12/04 at 06:33 PM
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