ANN: Sixth Pyggy Awards

Discussion in 'Python' started by Gregory Ewing, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. Registrations are now open for the Sixth Pyggy Awards. Judging will be from
    17-31 July 2011.

    http://pyggy.pyweek.org/

    This time, entry is open to any Python-based game, not just PyWeek games, and
    not just games developed during PyWeek or Pyggy. So if you've had a Python game
    project on the back burner, you no longer have any excuse for not finishing it
    off! Get going!

    About the Pyggy Awards
    ----------------------

    The Pyggy Awards is an occasion for game authors to show off games written in
    the Python programming language. Originally a follow-up event to the PyWeek
    competition, the Pyggy Awards is now open to any and all open-source
    Python-based games.

    The Pyggy Awards site provides a place to upload files and a forum for authors
    to try out and discuss each other's works in progress prior to the judging
    period. The intention is to foster a game development community where authors
    help each other out with playtesting and criticism.

    For more information, see the Pyggy Awards web site:
    http://pyggy.pyweek.org/

    --
    Greg
     
    Gregory Ewing, Apr 30, 2011
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