Fall is in the air. The leaves are changing colors, people are bundling up, and game developers are itching to try their hand at another community game tournament. How does it work? For 30 days, the Leadwerks community builds small playable games. Some people work alone and some team up with others. At the end of the month, on Halloween day, we release our projects to the public and play each other's games. The point is to release something short and sweet with a constrained timeline, which has resulted in many odd and wonderful mini games for the community to play.
WHEN: The tournament begins Sunday, October 1, and ends Tuesday, October 31st at the stroke of midnight.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Publish your Halloween-or-other-themed game to Steam Workshop or upload it to itch.io before the deadline. You can work as a team or individually. Use blogs to share your work and get feedback as you build your game. If you need models for your game, we've got a Halloween Model Pack for you to use for free from Leadwerks Workshop.
Games must have a preview image, title, and contain some minimal amount of gameplay (there has to be some way to win the game) to be considered entries. It is expected that most entries will be simple, given the time constraints.
On November 1st we will post a roundup blog featuring your entries.