Registration for the international Computec games development competition "Make the Game 2013" is under way. Until 15 May 2013, developers have the chance to present their browser, mobile or social games to an audience of millions and secure a lucrative publishing contract.
Following the huge success of the first two competitions, Computec Media is running the international developer competition "Make the Game" again in 2013. The search is on for the best browser, mobile and social games. The expert jury of "Make the Game 2013" will award prizes to up to three promising entries.
This time, too, distinguished jury members with years of gaming experience will test the quality of the prize-winning games. Michael Hengst, active in various key positions in the gaming sector since 1988, is jury chairman and is joined by Petra Fröhlich (editor-in-chief, also of PC Games), Florian Stangl (editor-in-chief online, Computec Media) as well as Hans Ippisch (COO, Computec Media).
'"Make the Game" has become a permanent fixture on the international developer scene," Computec COO, Hans Ippisch, concludes. 'We are keen to see which category will come out on top in 2013, after wins by a browser game in 2011 and a mobile game in 2012."
At "Make the Game 2011", the Berlin games developers SlipShift took the honours with their futuristic strategy browser game "Reborn Horizon" ( www.reborn-horizon.de). "Make the Game 2012" was won by a puzzle produced with an amazing eye for detail by the British studio 9cubes which is due to be released by Computec Media in the spring of 2013.
If you'd like to submit your game for "Make the Game 2013", register by 15 May under www.makethegame.de.
Computec Media AG is a group company of Marquard Media International AG, Zug/Switzerland, which holds 95 % of the share capital. The media enterprise based in Fürth, Germany reaches an audience of millions every month with its magazines, digital media (DVDs) and online portals covering the world of electronic entertainment. Computec Media provides readers and users reliable information and insight on topics related to digital lifestyle, PC and video games, hardware, software, Movies/DVDs and kids' themes. The company currently has 185 employees.
Iris Manz, Public Relations, Computec Media AG