Develop, compete, and win $100,000 in the Project Anarchy Mobile Game Dev Challenge

Havok opens doors to Project Anarchy submissions

Develop, compete, and win $100,000 in the Project Anarchy Mobile Game Dev Challenge

Game development tech specialist Havok has opened up submissions for its Project Anarchy Mobile Game Dev Challenge - a competition that gives game developers the chance to win a rather enticing $100,000 cash prize.

The competition, which will run right through until the end of May 2014, comes with a two-phase submission process, with developers who submit their games before February receiving early feedback from the team at Havok.

Also on offer is potential marketing/PR support, and the chance to showcase their game at the Havok booth during GDC 2014.

Points mean prizes

The contest will come to a close during the following June, with 10 finalists being announced on 16 June before a winner is unveiled to the world on 24 June.

Prizes will be awarded by a judging panel comprised of veterans from every corner of the industry, with each entry being judged on several criteria including entertainment value, visual design, and originality.

"Project Anarchy was created to eliminate the barrier of entry for developers to make quality mobile games easily and affordably," offered head of developer relations at Havok Ross O'Dwyer.

"It's exciting to see teams take to these tools, and build mobile games with the scope and ambition usually seen on consoles and PCs. Best of luck to all of the developers entering the competition. We look forward to seeing some more great titles made with Project Anarchy."

Titles developed with Project Anarchy for iOS, Android, Android-x86 and Tizen can be created and deployed for free, organisers have revealed, with additional platforms available as a separate purchase.

For more information on the competition, head on over to the Project Anarchy website.

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