If you're in Seattle this weekend, come visit us at the Behemoth booth at PAX! We'll have BattleBlock Theater and Castle Crashers up and running in custom arcade cabinets.
While visiting PAX say hi to Glaiel-Gamer and Starogre at the Closure booth (599) and check out the PAX 10 and say hi to Rig, Murudai and Xerus. Philly locals Final Form games are also in the PAX 10 - check out Jamestown!
Madness Day is a month away so check out the Madness Day 2011 page for more info.
October will be our annual Halloween Spooktacular and prizes will be roughly the same as last year, with the top movie raking in $1000.
We are going to be VERY STRICT with the rules this year... NO COMMERCIAL AUDIO! If you need music, turn to the Audio Portal or other sources that will give you their blessing. Aim for originality in every way possible because the world really needs to see something fresh and new right now. That suggestion applies to anything you make, really.
It's also not too late to make something mind-blowing and original for Madness Day! There's always room for innovation.
With a fresh new NG coming soon, it would be great to see some movies that make people feel like they are WATCHING THE FUTURE.
Games that feel like PLAYING THE FUTURE are also great. Tankmen Incursion had camera and difficulty issues but I still forever love it for how it made me feel on Pico Day 2009.
In other news, check out the results of the Comic Jam!
You can also browse this thread to see entries in the Artist vs Artist Tournament.
Thank you Joystiq for covering Symphonic Tower Defense!
For anyone coming to PAX - seeya soon! And happy belated Clock Day.