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Be my HTML5 Valentine – Video game contest
WiMi5 launches a video game contest for HTML5 games related with the theme of LOVE. € 1,500 in prizes in the form of Web traffic.
Jose Maria Martinez
January 22, 2015
1 Min Read
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, a day which is important for everyone who believes in love. And here at WiMi5, we do! We feel it everyday. What’s more, we are lucky enough to get to share our love for HTML5 with many people.
So with all this happiness, and after how thrilled we were with the games we received in our Christmas contest, we’ve decided to launch yet another! Be my HTML5 Valentine.
This time, the theme is l<3ve, in all its facets and forms.
These are the terms of the contest:
How to Participate
Create a new project or clone an already existing one on WiMi5.
Publish your project in Labs.
Share the URL of your game on Twitter with the hashtag #wimi5.
The prizes are:
A first prize of €1,000 in the form of web traffic for the game developer that wins first place.
A second prize of €500 in the form of web traffic for the game developer that wins second place.
We’ll also give away a T-shirt for the 10 best projects presented.
All games published in WiMi5 labs through 23:59 GMT on February 14th, 2015 will be admitted.
The winner will be announced on February 16th, 2015.
The jury will be made up of the members of the WiMi5 team. The jury will choose the most fun games based on its criteria.
The prizes can be declared null if the jury believes that the projects do not reach a minimum level of quality.
For any other questions, do not hesitate to contact us!
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