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1st Anniversary Coding Competition!

 

ADG Coding Competition with $100's worth of prizes!

 

ADG has been running for one year and as part of our celebrations we are opening a coding competition to our developers to test their skills in raw coding. Up for grabs are hundreds of dollars worth of prizes, the main prizes provided by The Game Creators. Here are a list of the rules for our first competition!

 

TASK

Epic Destruction - Create a scene of destruction on an epic scale. I.E. A world destroyed by a huge meteor or a city levelled by a huge explosion.

Destroyed City by damien6160

RULES

1-Submissions will be accepted in App Game Kit (AGK) Basic and Dark Basic Professional (DBP) Basic only.

2-All content must be made using native commands!

3-Submissions must be the author's own work. Any code borrowed (even if modified) from elsewhere MUST be marked as such.

 

DEADLINE

Submissions must be posted on the coding competition thread HERE by 00:00HRS 1st January 2012 (BEFORE new year)

 

JUDGING

Will be carried out by ADG admin and their judgement is final. Winners announced by 1st February 2012.

 

PRIZES

1st Prize

-$100 TGC Voucher

-ADG Codemaster Badge (Gold) - For the best code to be used by the winner on the forums or in their game art for perpetuity

-5 Hours recording studio time provided by JRNTexas

-Animated sprite pack from TheSlayer

-Bespoke music track from TheSlayer

 

2nd Prize

-$50 TGC Voucher

-ADG Codemaster Badge (Silver) - For the best code to be used by the winner on the forums or in their game art for perpetuity

-500 Lines of bespoke code from baxslash

-Animated sprite pack from TheSlayer

 

Runners up (x3)

-$20 TGC Voucher

-ADG Codemaster Badge (Bronze) - For the best code to be used by the winner on the forums or in their game art for perpetuity

-Full Catalogue of apps from baxslash (including as yet unreleased software)

-Animated sprite pack from TheSlayer

 

We will also be posting working versions of the winning entries on the site so both our developers and gamers can see what we can produce using no fancy graphics or other people's code!

Good Luck everyone!