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Liberated Pixel Cup: Art Entries Closed; Code Competition Begins 34

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the race-for-the-cup-continues dept.
Nushio writes "Continuing with the Liberated Pixel Cup coverage: The Art Competition recently finished, and the code portion of the Liberated Pixel Cup has begun. There are some pretty awesome tilesets and assets available for game makers to use, and still plenty of time to make Free Software Games." Entries are due by July 31st. Any Slashdot readers planning on giving it a shot?
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Liberated Pixel Cup: Art Entries Closed; Code Competition Begins

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  • I'm working in 3d, and as near photo-realistic as I can get, rather than 2d cute cartoony stuff. You can get a long way with tools like MakeHuman [], but there isn't (yet) and equivalent MakeCamel project, and my game needs camels... Given that what I want to do is fairly photo-realistic, I would have thought that the assets I want are also wanted by makers of lots of other games (OK, maybe not the camels) and that what's needed is a sort of Creative Commons directory of game assets.

    Mind you, this competition is a great start and worthy of support.

% APL is a natural extension of assembler language programming; ...and is best for educational purposes. -- A. Perlis