Monster Madness: Create-a-monster contest

Monster Madness

It’s bound to happen: Ever find yourself playing a game and then suddenly complain “The monsters are lame! I can do better than this <insert preferred obscenity here>!”, followed by you trotting off to flame the game’s ratings in various sites. We hear your pain guys, and from the looks of it, SouthPeak and IGN do too.

They announced that starting this 13th – that’s yesterday – until December 1st, they’ll be hosting a special contest for the soon-to-be-released Monster Madness title for the PC and the Xbox 360. The contest mechanics are as follows:

  1. Each contestant is asked to create an original monster, complete with detailed descriptions and illustrations of what they can do. Images must be in JPEG, PDF, or GIF file format.
  2. From the entries, a total of five finalists will be selected. The panel of judges overseeing this event will be people from IGN.com, SouthPeak Interactive, Artificial Studios and Reverb Communications.
  3. Of the five, only the grand champ will have their monster make it into the game, along with accreditation in the game’s manual.

Aside from having his/her creation placed in the game, the 1st place winner and runner ups also get these following prices:

  • 1st place: A 32″ LCD high definition plasma TV, an Xbox 360, and a 360 copy of Monster Madness (on release day).
  • 2nd place: A laptop (no details on model yet), and a Windows version of Monster Madness.
  • 3rd-5th place: Each receives a USD0 Visa gift card, and an Xbox 360 and Windows copy of Monster Madness.

And now, some words from one of the contest sponsors, Katie Morgan, SouthPeak Interactive’s Executive VP:

 

We are excited to be working closely with IGN on this contest. The contest for Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia is a very unique opportunity for skillful contestants to demonstrate their imagination and creativity for the chance to win some compelling prizes.

Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia‘s due out Spring next year, so we advise you to pull out those thinking caps, and put your sick little minds to the test. Good hunting, people!

Monster Madness

It’s bound to happen: Ever find yourself playing a game and then suddenly complain “The monsters are lame! I can do better than this <insert preferred obscenity here>!”, followed by you trotting off to flame the game’s ratings in various sites. We hear your pain guys, and from the looks of it, SouthPeak and IGN do too.

They announced that starting this 13th – that’s yesterday – until December 1st, they’ll be hosting a special contest for the soon-to-be-released Monster Madness title for the PC and the Xbox 360. The contest mechanics are as follows:

  1. Each contestant is asked to create an original monster, complete with detailed descriptions and illustrations of what they can do. Images must be in JPEG, PDF, or GIF file format.
  2. From the entries, a total of five finalists will be selected. The panel of judges overseeing this event will be people from IGN.com, SouthPeak Interactive, Artificial Studios and Reverb Communications.
  3. Of the five, only the grand champ will have their monster make it into the game, along with accreditation in the game’s manual.

Aside from having his/her creation placed in the game, the 1st place winner and runner ups also get these following prices:

  • 1st place: A 32″ LCD high definition plasma TV, an Xbox 360, and a 360 copy of Monster Madness (on release day).
  • 2nd place: A laptop (no details on model yet), and a Windows version of Monster Madness.
  • 3rd-5th place: Each receives a USD0 Visa gift card, and an Xbox 360 and Windows copy of Monster Madness.

And now, some words from one of the contest sponsors, Katie Morgan, SouthPeak Interactive’s Executive VP:

 

We are excited to be working closely with IGN on this contest. The contest for Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia is a very unique opportunity for skillful contestants to demonstrate their imagination and creativity for the chance to win some compelling prizes.

Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia‘s due out Spring next year, so we advise you to pull out those thinking caps, and put your sick little minds to the test. Good hunting, people!

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