Game writing contest , a page where you can express your creativity, submit a training game of your choice and get a chance to win a $100. Your training game may demonstrate any abstract concept.
It can be something that makes understanding a difficult concept easier, or it can teach a certain skill, or it can demonstrate a lifeskill. You can even choose concepts from school subjects. The choice of training games is yours.
Every training game contest will last a month. The winner will be declared every month. The criteria for evaluating the training game entered in the Game writing contest are as follows.
Pay with the button below and return to the page to enter the contest.
Enter the contest by filling the form above and return to this page to enter the game in the form given below.
Enter the Game writing contest and get a chance to win a $100. The writer of the best game will be declared on the Homepage on the first of every month. The $100 will be sent to the e-mail id of the winner (so please provide your e-mail id below at the end of the game description). The links of the other entries will also be displayed on the this webpage, so even if you do not win the contest you still win - you get your own webspace to display your talent. Give your e-mail id at the end of the game description.
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