Maria Naggaga

Microsoft Tech Evangelist NYC

Win $30,000 for your Unity Game

Your absolute love for building beautifully crafted games is about to pay off.  Microsoft and Unity are inviting all unity developers to enter there amazing and exciting high quality new  and existing games to the Windows 8 and   Phone 8 platform.   With over $100,000 in cash and prizes have nothing to lose and everything to celebrate.

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Prizes range from an honorable mention to a whopping $30,000 USD give to both the Windows store and phone application.  Check out the Unity contest page for the complete prize breakdown.  To make sure you win the cash prize to pay for school, pay rent, go vacation , and the list goes on make sure you read the contest guidelines. The contest is looking  for 2D and 3D interactive games or content thatwill be a huge success of the Window Store and Phone  platforms

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To enjoy this experience even more ,  a   free windows store pro publishing account will be available for al new Unity pro customers.  The free version of unity will also include a windows store account  as well.  You have until September 30th do get to porting or building your apps.

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Celebrate your success

Good Luck and Have fun!

 

 

 

 

 

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