Hey guys, long time CAG'er here I wanted to let you know about a competition we're throwing over atwww.2BeeGames.com
Referral link is there to track CAG signups which are automatically entered for the giveaway! It takes a minute and it's free
I've been so busy with E3 and the contest that I forgot to do something special for my fellow Cag'ers!
There are about 100 free games to play on the site and we're looking to bring the best ones to console.
We're now in the FINAL WEEK OF VOTING and need help deciding which games to publish! Your voice counts!
Play the games and vote by clicking the "vote" button on the righthand sidebar.
You can vote only once per week so make it count!
Fill out your profile, give some feedback on games and thats it!
10 random CAG'ers can win their choice of $10 in Indie Game Credit on Steam/D2D or a copy of Raiden Fighter Aces for 360 (I'll contact you for address/game preference).
Winners will be announced first week of July after the competition ends.
Help me spread the word!
Pro tip: You can double dip and have the chance to win a DSi in a different raffle by going here!
6 Games have been eliminated, only 4 Finalists are left!
The FINAL ROUND ends June 30th!
THE FINAL FOUR:
Auditorium. AudioVisual brilliance.
Heresy War: Light on the heresy, heavy on the war (in space, no less).
Save the Planet: All the pretty colors!
Storm: Simple and great, rain or shine.
Eliminated Games - These are the other finalists that were knocked out in the first 3 Rounds
Bumps: The polish and presentation in Bumps is flawless. The gameplay and catchy music kept us playing for hours on end.
Xtreme Buccaneer Broadside Battle on the High Seas 2008 is obviously here because the title is so full of win. The art style is awesome and its loaded with humor. Map the keys to a controller and it plays so much better.
Aces Wild is a sweet 2D sidescrolling beat 'em up. It's still very early in the development process, but we loved its potential and we really want to see where it can go. It plays really well on a gamepad.
The other 2Bee was ranting about how The Pretender Part One was an otherworldy Victorian elemental puzzle platforming romp. The other judges just backed away and let him be...
(Don't) Save the Princess! had us laughing the whole time as we sent the hero to his doom. An innovative little puzzler. Seeing the bones and blood victory screen never seems to get old.
Seeing those Totems fall and crack is hilarious and strangely addicting. The physics in this game are top notch as you try to land those totems safely.
So check out the awesome games and if you sign up through the special link here for CAG'ers, you have a chance to win some games and possibly a DSi as well!
GIMME FEEDBACK - Any tips and ideas are appreciated
Edited by toneroni, 24 June 2009 - 04:47 AM.