Game development competition launches,€65 000 to the winners

IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 1st 2010.

Make 'em Up is a game development competition with a deal worth€65 000 going to the winners. Entry is free and everyone is welcome to enter.

The competition is a cooperation between Turborilla and Blue Systems.

The Make 'em Up web site says that they are producers looking for directors, to make an amazing computer game together.

The winners will be offered a revenue-sharing deal while still keeping ownership and control of the final game.

"Apart from the money we also provide invaluable mentoring and creative guidance. Our involvement will improve the chances of commercial success especially for teams who are not very business oriented." says Tobias Andersson, CEO of Turborilla.

Entrants will not be publicly disclosed, and neither will any of the submitted ideas.

To enter simply submit your application and a prototype before the deadline, August 15th 2010. More detailed guidelines on how to enter are available on the competition web site at http://www.make-em-up.com

About Turborilla

Turborilla is a computer game developer and publisher founded in 2006 by Tobias Andersson. They are the developers of Mad Skills Motocross ( http://www.MadSkillsMotocross.com ), a motocross game acclaimed for its physics, and Planet M.U.L.E. ( http://www.PlanetMule.com ), a free remake of the 1983 classic. Their office is in Umea, Sweden and always open for anyone who wants to come by and talk about computer games. For more information, visit their web site at http://turborilla.com

Contact

Turborilla AB

Tobias Andersson

Kungsgatan 91

S-903 30 UMEA

Sweden

+46 (0) 70 658 34 46

tobias@turborilla.com

http://turborilla.com

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Make 'em Up: http://www.make-em-up.com

Media kit: http://make-em-up.s3.amazonaws.com/media-kit.zip

Mad Skills Motocross: http://www.MadSkillsMotocross.com

Planet M.U.L.E: http://www.PlanetMule.com

We are available for interviews. Contact tobias@turborilla.com


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