The Indie Game Making Contest 2015 has announced new Humble Bundle products and a new judge—Daniel Emmons from the Extra Credits team.

The Indie Game Making Contest is working in cooperation with Humble Bundle. A percentage of the Humble Game Making Bundle‘s proceeds are going to fund the contest, as well as provide the prizes for the winners. And, as usual, some goes to charity and to the developers of the items in the bundle.
A couple of new items have been added to the bundle itself—Play Canvas and Pro Motion 6.5. Theoretically, you could enter the contest using the game-making tools you picked up in the Game Making Bundle. The grand prize currently stands at over $20,000 in addition to promotional and production aid by Degica, the event’s sponsor.
Emmons, the new judge, will be joining Ed Greenwood, author of Forgotten Realms, ex-fragdoll Kimberly “Sabre” Weigend, and Team Isolation, the winners of last year’s contest and creators of Remnants of Isolation.


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