Epic Flash Game Contest – the biggest Flash contest ever – More than $150,000 in prizes

Emanuele Feronato Contests, Flash, Game design, Monetize

If you ever wanted to enter a contest, this is your time.

Epic Game Ads is happy to announce WhipFlash, their new game funding and distribution partner! To celebrate this, Epic Game Ads and WhipFlash, in cooperation with PlayerScale and Adobe, are are pleased to present the first Epic Flash Game Contest.

To participate, simply build a great multiplayer game with micro-transactions using Player.IO tools and submit it before the Febuary 18th 2013 deadline.

Player.IO beta testers will then playtest and rate all the games for one month until the 18th of March 2013. The expert judges will then choose the winners from the best rated games and announce the winners on March 27th, 2013 during GDC.

In addition to the prizes, winners will receive a lifetime 50% Net Revenue from the game. Epic Game Ads will utilize their extensive network of portals and relationships with top game sites, to make sure your game is seen by millions of players around the world!

To get you started, PlayerScale will give you a free Player.IO Plus account you can use to develop your game!

Prizes range from $30,000 for the 1st place to $5,000 for the 10th place, moreover Each winner will also recieve an Adobe CS6 Master Collection, have their game featured on both Newgrounds and Kongregate and much more!

What are you waiting for? Check the official competition page!!

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Comments 4

  1. Joseph

    Really cool! I can’t believe they are giving away over $150,000 in prizes. This is really a great contest to spike the interest of developing flash games in the community.

  2. Joe

    This is awesome. There has always been a lack of good flash multiplayer games. Not because the market is small or the creators lacking, but because there has been no incentive.

    This will make a huge incentive to create flash multiplayer games.

  3. angelo

    i do flash games but i dont know how to do a multiplayer flash game -_-
    could anyone lead me to a site or tell me how to do that in as3 ??

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