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Unity opens $25k contest for in-dev games with meaningful impact

Unity has announced its first annual Unity for Humanity contest, where one developer will be awarded $25,000 in funding to help bring their project to fruition. 

Unity has announced its first annual Unity for Humanity contest, an initiative with a focus on games that "inspire meaningful change."

One developer will be awarded $25,000 in funding to help bring their project to fruition. 

This is a great opportunity for developers who feel as though their work could make an impact on others, and receive the added benefit of funding and mentorship as well. 

As explained in a blog post, eligible projects are those that are currently in development but not yet completed. Projects must also demonstrate plans for distribution and be willing to submit to a public event (similar to a film festival). 

In addition, a prototype or video demoing the project must be provided, along with a detailed pitch or treatment outlining the project details.

It's worth noting that submitted projects must be made with Unity only. 

Interested developers can head here for the full list of contest terms and conditions, if they choose to submit their work.

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