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"Mysteria" Game Design Contest from Tilsit Italia

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Brykovian
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I noticed this over at BoardGameNews:
http://www.boardgamenews.com/index.php/boardgamenews/comments/mysteria_game_design_contest

The link to the announcement PDF is bad on that page ... it should be:
http://www.pietrafilosofale.org/mysteria/mycl_eng.pdf

Anyone familiar with the company that is sponsoring this contest? The judging panel looks rather formidable.

-Bryk

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"Mysteria" Game Design Contest from Tilsit Italia

Tilsit is a major publisher. This is an interesting contest from what I can glean from the rules it is for print and play games. Arima seems to be the Italian equivalent of www.rpgnow.com It is a tight deadline to be sure, coming up with and testing a game in just over 2 months is brutal.

I better get going the clock is ticking…

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"Mysteria" Game Design Contest from Tilsit Italia

Dralius wrote:
from what I can glean from the rules it is for print and play games. Arima seems to be the Italian equivalent of www.rpgnow.com

That's an important point, Dralius ... I hadn't noticed the PDF-only requirements yesterday on my first quick read-through.

Here's the link to the full contest info:
http://www.pietrafilosofale.org/mysteria/mycl_eng.pdf

-Bryk

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"Mysteria" Game Design Contest from Tilsit Italia

I support Dralius on his affirmation.

Tilsit is a big producer in France at least (Axis and Allies, War of the Ring). You can get to their web site http://www.tilsit.fr

For their Italian conterpart, I don't know how they're doing.

Good luck on this one.

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Today's the day

Don't forget -- midnight tonight is your deadline for submitting to the Tilsit Italia "Mysteria" game design contest.

Presumably, that's "Italian time" -- so you might want to shoot for noon here in the 'States and afternoon/evening in western Europe.

Good luck to everyone!

Mark

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