Climb to the Top of the Castle wins $10,000
December 3, 2009
TwO Bros. Games‘s Climb to the Top of the Castle has scooped first place in the 2BeeGames competition and the $10,000 prize. As well as the cash the prize also includes a publishing deal to a console (yet to be decided).
4 Game Maker games made the final 10 of the contest.
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That’s a little harsh. I’m sure it’s easier to design in game maker than from scratch programing.
The main character reminds me of the main character in Dark Castle.
Your notes about lack of innvoation are interesting considering the game is called “Climb to the Top of the Tower”, afterall. I guess it’s a title that doesn’t really scream ‘innovation here!’. That said, it’ll be interesting to see if the game is renamed for its distribution on a console, or if it will even attract attention with such a generic name.
Haha, yes, I think I’m more impressed by the fact that a GM game won $10, 000 than by the game itself (which was good, though).
WTF? It’s gorgeous and all, but it has some major design flaws and seems to do very little to advance gaming. Innovation isn’t everything I guess. I don’t mean to be negative, I’m just a little surprised. Sincerely, congrats to the Bros, well done. It’s also nice to see a Game Maker game win.
Wow, very impressive!
That’s pretty epic.
haha.. I like the way it’s played & the visuals are nice =) Well done guys!
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