Game Design Showdown
May 2009 Challenge - "The Horror of the Siftables"
CHALLENGE IS NOW CLOSED. THE RESULTS ARE IN!
The winner is Mitchell Allen for "Pandora's Mountain". Congrats!
There are 5 entries that I have posted. Click on the "comments" clickable do-hickey below to see the entries.
Voting: Wednesday, 20-May-2009 through Wednesday, 27-May-2009.
Voting: I will be using the "10 points" method of voting. In other words, when you vote, you assign any number of points to your favorite entries, as long as the total amount of points you assign does not exceed 10 total points. You are free to cast your points as you wish across as many games as you wish. However, you are not allowed to assign points to your own game.
Design a "scary" game using Siftables technology. What are "Siftables?" Glad you asked! Click to see Siftables in action here.
Theme: Horror. The game should be based on a "scary" or "horror" theme. It can be a classic horror theme, or modern. Monsters, zombies, mad slashers, haunted castles, vampires, etc.
Main Design Requirement:
A heavy use of the Siftables technology is required. Which I don't think is going to be too much of a problem.
Other Factors: While you are permitted to use other components, special consideration should be made towards entries that only use Siftables. While cost considerations should not be a factor, assume your game box can only hold a maximum of 100 Siftables.
Please use the GDS formatting template as a reference to format your entries before submitting. No entry will be dismissed for lack of proper formatting, but entries based on the template will be greatly appreciated.
Comments or Questions: Comments and questions about this Challenge were handled on the Comments Thread.
GDS Details: For more details on how these Game Design Showdown Challenges work, visit the GDS Wiki Page.
Please note, you must PM or e-mail me, doho123, your GDS entry for this month. If you want to use e-mail, please PM me for my e-mail address.