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After a long wait, Unity games are finally being badged on Kongregate! Why the long wait you ask? As some of you may be aware of, through your own personal experiences or through others, Unity is not available for everyone and people using Linux will not be able to play Unity games. Thankfully, Kongregate is not allowing for any Unity badges, or games, to be featured in time-based events, so that when Unity releases to Linux that Linux users will be able to go back and earn all of the Unity points if they wish. I’m really glad to see More >
Kongregate.com recently held an amazing Unity game development contest with prizes up to $10,000 USD (first place) which we briefly discussed in this post (check it for more information regarding the contest)! Hundreds upon hundreds of games were submitted and many of them were worthy of the grand prize, but ultimately 10 took away at the least $1,000 USD. Unlike many contests, the overall rating of the game was taken little into consideration and judges were sent in to determine the winners! Now the winners have been announced!Grand Prize Winner: Antimatiere! Recipient of $10,000!
Antimatiere places you in a two dimensional world, More >
Kogregate has announced that they will be hosting a Unity game development contest in celebration of their, new, support for Unity games on their website! There are over $25,000 dollars worth in prizes (or 19,063 EURs). The top 25 games will automatically become finalists and winners will be determined by creativity, innovation, use of Unity and how fun the game is in general. The Unity Game Development Contest will last from now, until February 15, 2011 – that gives you just about two months to get an amazing game together with the Unity software. Voting will take place between February More >