Awesome concept over at Lost Garden. Stock art for a game was provided, far above the level of programmer art, and the challenge called to programmers to turn them into game prototypes, based on the design. A wonderful way to encourage a few people to get creative for a weekend. Game writing sprints always have some interesting stuff. The only problem with SpaceCute is that it was a little too similar resulting in all the contestants. A little more flexibility would be welcome.
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