Intel send word that this year’s Level Up development competition is up and running. Or “Level Up 2009, the Intel Visual Adrenaline Game Demo Challenge,” as they call it. There’s three categories, including, er, optimised for Intel Graphics, and “Best Threaded Game”. Anyway, Intel supply a load of the development tools for nowt, and the prizes are pretty enormous, including a US$4,000 PC, with a similar amount of development software, and free GDC passes for the winner. All good stuff for aspiring indies. The basic FAQ is here, and the more detailed information doc is here. Probably worth signing up if you’re into that sort of cleverness.
Posts Tagged ‘level up 2009’
By Jim Rossignol on April 4th, 2009.
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- nil : “"some perceived freedoms which you never had in the first place." Speak for yourself. My systems are configured to protect my own interests, and I ...” on Unlearning To Share: The Industry’s Hatred Of Generosity
- SwENSkE : “Seriously, it boggles my mind that you're obviously able to write. Although your writing doesn't make much sense. If the so-called second hand market (or ...” on Unlearning To Share: The Industry’s Hatred Of Generosity
- honuk : “great, now we have even more people at Valve doing absolutely nothing” on Valve’s CS: GO Overwatch Are Always Watching
- Canisa : “Oh god, that voice is terrifying! It sounds like the game is set during the formative years of humanity's future robotic overlord.” on Toy Story: Plush’s Trailer Is Strangely Sinister
- FuriKuri : “This'll end well. I can't count the number of times I've been accused and/or banned from servers for "hacking" by skill-less tards or butthurt admins. ...” on Valve’s CS: GO Overwatch Are Always Watching