Ben posted in News on March 28th, 2006
Open to any and all.
One of the most anticipated games for PC is Doom. For players who love first-person shooter genre, this is highly recommended for you. This modern-day shooter game has relentless demons, destructive guns, and fast, fluid movement that provides the foundation for an intense first-person combat. You can choose a single-player campaign, where you have to obliterate demon hordes through the depths of Hell or compete with other players in numerous multiplayer modes including the traditional four-player deathmatch, Domination, Warpath, Freeze Tag, and Clan Arena. The game also includes DOOM SnapMap that will let your gameplay experience easy to create, play, and share your content with everyone. If you want to download this game, you can use foxleech. You will be able to download Doom to your PC without any problem because it has 43 file hosting servers and BitTorrent support, and fast servers. You can download other games as well.
This a somewhat informal contest.
Here are the rules:
1) A “page” is a single spaced word processor page of Times-New Roman 12 point font. Figure about 800 - 1000 words to a page.
2) Artwork is not required–but will not be rejected outright. Let me see what you have. No bonus points for artwork, though.
3) You retain the copyright and provide to Harsh Realities the indefinite and irrevocable right to publish your adventure only in online format.
4) Your submission will be published on this site and others that Harsh Realities chooses, including the online fanzine “Shark Bytes”.
5) All submissions must adhere to the Pinnacle Entertainment Group’s Conversion Policy.
Adventure: 8-10 pages. Use only the basic Savage Worlds book and maybe a couple minor extras (like a couple new edges or a new race or whatever).
Mini-Setting: 10 - 30 pages. Use only the basic Savage Worlds book and some significant setting details that make this a “mini setting” vs “just” an adventure.
There will be one winner in each category, chosen by a the Harsh Realities business partners. Winners will receive:
One copy of Promised Sands to the winner of the Adventure category.
Three copies of Promised Sands to the winner of the Mini-Setting category. (One for you and two for your gaming group.)
Harsh Realities will pay the shipping to get them to you. (Yes, even if you live overseas–be content with 3 weeks shipping time, however!)
The winning adventure / mini-setting will be submitted in your name to the new Shark Bytes. (Heck, the runners up may, as well. There shall be no wasted effort! )
Winners and runners up are also subject to be posted on Harsh Realities sites so that everyone may enjoy the full benefit of the submissions and all submitters may receive their due glory. (Harsh Realities reserves the right to choose which and if submissions are posted online. Harsh Realities also reserves the right to edit submissions.)
Any questions, post them here. As you can see, I put a lot of thought into this (about 3 minutes to type this all up…)
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Submissions go to: email@example.com
Submissions should be readable on a PC in Microsoft Word. .RTF, .DOC, whatever.
Deadline is April 30, 2006