iDevGames Launches 3DU: 3D Game Development Contest

iDevGames – a great Mac game development community in my opinion – has launched a development contest. Unity, invites developers to put their skills to the test by creating 3D unique games in just 30 days. To enter, simply request a free contest version of Unity Pro, the Mac-based cutting-edge game development tool, or use any 3D development tool to enter.

Prizes sound very good for indie game producers who want a jump-start the development:

  • The first place winner will receive Unity Pro ($1499 value).
  • The second place winner will be given Unity Indie ($249 value) or receive a 33% discount on Unity Pro ($500 value).
  • The third place winner will be given Unity Indie ($249 value)
  • AND all three winners will get an ATI Mac Radeon X1900 XTl ($399 value).
  • All qualifying entrants receive a nine month Unity Indie license

To enter, simply apply here before December 18 (11:59 PM GMT). Winners will be announced following the end of the contest on December 22, 2006 (11:59 PM GMT).

For complete rules and conditions, please visit the 3DU Contest page.

One thought on “iDevGames Launches 3DU: 3D Game Development Contest

  1. Scurvy Lobster

    I actually was at a mini conference with the ceo of OTEE (creators of Unity engine) yesterday. It really is a fascinating game engine they have made.

    Especially the feature that allows assets to be updated even when the game is running. Funny to see things just update instantly!