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The 20 Event Competition Results
News posted 19th April, 2011 by OMC  
Drum roll, please. And the winner of the somethingth annual GameBuilder 20 Event Competition is... Jabs with Dungeon Dash! Good job, dude.

But wait, that's only first prize out of five. So congratulations also to ryanachronism, johnakerson, Werbad, and Wackyjackie for placing in the top.

For those of you that aren't familiar with the competition, entrants are challenged to make a fun game within tight limits, the central one being the use of only 20 events in each game frame. There were 23 entries to the compo this year. If you would like to go play them and take a peek at the source codes, click here to download the entries over at GB.

Click here to see the list of scores and winners.

Posted by Del Duio 19th April, 2011

Dungeon Dash is a pretty awesome game. I'm guessing the gold = points though, as I haven't found any shops yet and I'm 8 or 9 floors up.
Posted by Jess Bowers 19th April, 2011

Yep! Gold definitely is the score for the game. Shops would have been a cool idea.
Posted by Del Duio 19th April, 2011

Boy, I smell a mod coming!

And with only 20 events it can't be too hard to figure out (I hope).
Posted by s-m-r 19th April, 2011

Congrats to all the winners and participants! I certainly wish I had the time and energy to make a submission. Maybe next time...
Posted by Sketchy 21st April, 2011

A very deserving winner - and yeah, I really hope the authors expand it, because it still has the potential to be made much, much better.
Posted by Jacob! 21st April, 2011

I won! Thank you all!
Posted by Jenswa 22nd April, 2011

This game certainly has potential for an online version.
Posted by MasterM 24th April, 2011

thats awful
you could NOT link to the games? so i get a list of games i dont even know and i cant just click on the games to go to the download page but instead i have to search for them on your site?

what a pain in the ass
Posted by Jess Bowers 28th April, 2011

Dungeon Dash is also available here on TDC:


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