Flash Game Competition (Stanford, Adobe, Mochi, JayIsGames & more!)

In conjunction with the Stanford Dance Marathon / Hackathon 2011 (?!), Stanford University is throwing a three week long Flash Game competition with the theme of Benevolence.    Squize, Iain Lobb, and Keith Peters (along with Steve and I)  will be judging the games. We can’t just pick the best game, but the best game that also fits the spirit of the contest (hmm sounds familiar…what have we agreed to step into again?)

There are a lot of great prizes, such as a copy of Adobe Master Suite. You can read about them all and get the full info at Icky Dime’s Blog-o-Rama.  One really cool thing is that each participant will receive a copy of FDT Pure Bronze. Now that makes it worth just entering!

So, get your benevolence on and get coding!

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