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Submit a Unity game to Kongregate by Feb. 15, 2011 and you can win $10,000!

Kongregate is now finally open for Unity games! To celebrate, we’ve teamed up to bring you a development contest with prizes totaling $25,000! You are free to create any type of game developed with Unity that you choose so be creative and have fun with it!

Game Contest Announcement at Kongregate and at Unity

Kongregate Unity Game Contest Official Rules

The 25 highest-rated entries will automatically become finalists, winners will be judged based on creativity, innovation, use of Unity, and how fun they are to play.

• 1st Place: $10,000
• 2nd Place: $5,000
• 3rd Place: $3,000
• 4th-10th Place: $1,000 each

Submissions must be integrated with the Kongregate Statistics API as of the end of the contest period. Check out the Kongregate Developer Center and the Kongregate Bindings unitypackage we have made.

Kongregate is a leading social gaming destination and community for core gamers representing the fast-growing free-to-play gaming market. Currently Kongregate hosts 10 million monthly players who spend a combined 23 million hours per month on the site, which places it among the most popular online gaming sites.

You just got a new audience. Now get your game out to them!

11 replies on “Kongregate Unity Game Contest!”

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[…] Kongregate Unity Game Contest with $25,000 in Prizes Kongregate’s game contest for developing innovative and fun Unity games is well underway (yeah, there’s the judging criteria). There are more than 100 game submissions already, and the last day for submissions is February 15. Voting the ends February 22 and winners will be announced a week later. Join in on the fun and compete for a chance to win. […]

Looking at the Unity API (and their Javascript API for that matter), it seems like there is no option to store save games and other user information anywhere. Neither client or server side — is there something I’ve missed or is there a workaround?

They offer a service called «Kongregate Level Sharing API», but it’s AS3 only.

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Great to see that Unity becomes more and more popular. Maybe in near future we will see Unity as main competitor for Flash games domination in Web.

Now that is wonderful News,
Let see if I can reach at least the 4th to 10th place.
Man… this engine is really taking over the world…
Long life to Unity3D and his Crew.

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