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Console Competition Site (and Reminder)
News posted 23rd November, 2010 by OMC  
TDC administrator and head of the APP Jon Lambert has put together a nice website for the Console Compo. The site holds a compilation of the rules and a FAQ, some useful development resources, a showcase for the currently known entries, and a link to the TDC thread! Suggestions and material are welcome, if you have anything in mind.

The console dev-apalooza is still going on and the more people enter it, the better. There is no strict deadline but if games start finishing up in December we can start work on the TDC Rikusvision official magazine! Do join the fun.

Check out the Daily Click Console Competition Website here.

Now, on the count of three, everyone DC Mail Jon the following: "Buy yourself a good domain name." (You brought this on yourself, pal.) Actually, no. Don't do that. He'll get even with me somehow. Carry on!

Posted by Jon Lambert 23rd November, 2010

Hey, I told you I'd get on that eventually.
Posted by OMC 23rd November, 2010

Chop chop, old boy.
Posted by Marko 23rd November, 2010

Nice work Jon Also, i'm glad there is some flex in the deadline, despite my best efforts it means i can make them "bester"
Posted by The Chris Street 23rd November, 2010

Dammit that site looks better than the TDC compo one
Posted by OMC 23rd November, 2010

You do know this is an official compo, right?
Posted by AndyUK 24th November, 2010

Oh wow where did this come from?

We're not keeping that name are we?
Posted by Jon Lambert 24th November, 2010

It's your competition, you decide. After all, your name is at the bottom of each page on that site.
Posted by Eternal Man [EE] 24th November, 2010

Now some surprise-prizes(sur-prizes?) is all we need to make this the AWESOMEST CNOPO EV4r!!!1
Posted by RedEnchilada 24th November, 2010

I'll send my broken NES to the best game lols

Posted by Phredreeke 25th November, 2010

LOL you used my name suggestion.

But yeah... systems ending with vision is a bit early 80s. Intellivision, Colecovision, Leisurevision, Creativision, Microvision, Adventurevision... and this is supposed to be late 80s, early 90s.
Posted by Marko 25th November, 2010

How about "Super Rikus Entertainment System"? Very 90's!
Posted by Jon Lambert 25th November, 2010

Graphics capabilities are a bit lacking for that. More "Rikus Entertainment System" or "Rikus Master System"
Posted by Marko 25th November, 2010

That is a good point - this console isn't the most powerful 8-bit console around in the late 80's/early 90's.

In fact, i am concerned my publisher is going to pull the plug on my game and i'll be bankrupt! I think i'm going to nip into Ocean's offices tomorrow morning and see if i can jump ship with them...
Posted by alessandroLino 25th November, 2010

I say keep TDC Rikusvision. It's just awesome.


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