The Mochis!

The Mochis is an annual award show held on the day of FGS that recognizes the year’s very best Flash games. Nominations are now open for any Flash game created in 2011, with winners emerging from nine different categories.

Help nominate Space is Key for the Mochi awards next year! It’d be an honour to be able to get Space is Key there, so let’s get it done!

Head over to http://www.flashgamingsummit.com/awards.html to nominate!

If you enjoyed the game, help vote, as every nomination matters, and we can do it!

The game can be played here on this site at http://chris-jeff.com/games/space-is-key/#play/

Nominate for the categories you feel is fair, and thanks! Who knows, maybe you’ll get a sequel soon too?

Nominate Me!

Multiplayer Contest!


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The 2nd Games that Challenge the World Contest!

I thought I’d throw the spotlight on a competition that’s worth noting for all you out there who are interested in the multiplayer side of flash!

Come2Play and the Flash Game Developers Group are launching the 2nd Games that Challenge the World Contest for multiplayer games. Cash prizes totaling $10,000 will be awarded to contest winners! Surely that’s got your eye?

Prizes:

1st Place – $5,000
2nd Place – $3,000
3rd Place – $1,250
4th Place – $750

Contest Genre & Judging:

The contest genre is “Casual Games.” Games will be judged on the following criteria:

  • Multiplayer playability for new and return players
  • Replay ability of the game
  • Design, sound and effects
  • Concept and execution

Sounds good enough right? Well the deadline is February 28th, 2011 at 23:59 est so final versions of the game must be submitted by then!

Additional points to note:

  • Games entered into the competition do not have to be exclusive. Pre-released games are welcomed.
  • You can retrofit an old game that has already been published and released.
  • If there are any issues with your games original sponsors, contact us to see if we can work something out.

That’s right, you can even submit a pre released games! That’s even more of a win-win situation. What can you possibly lose?

In a whole, if your looking at making a multiplayer game whisk one up and enter it! If you’ve already got one released, get it submitted.

Check out the competition page, have a read and see if it’s for you!