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Submission + - The Liberated Pixel Cup: a game making contest from the CC, FSF, and OpenGameArt (opengameart.org)

Lendrick writes: "OpenGameArt.org, the Free Software Foundation, and the Creative Commons are teaming up to bring the Liberated Pixel Cup, a free-as-in-freedom game making contest starting on June 1st and going through July 31st. The contest will be divided into two phases: the first phase will be about adding on to a consistent set of art commissioned specially for the contest, and the second phase, starting on July 1st, will be about building games using the provided art."
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The Liberated Pixel Cup: a game making contest from the CC, FSF, and OpenGameArt

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