As states in the Rules Entrants will be accepted from 2nd, 3rd and/or 4th years that are full time undergraduate 3rd level courses and Fetac level 6 game design related courses. Entrants must have the approval of an academic mentor.
Each team must ensure that the Team name and game name are identical
Teams are required to create a private repository for their project e.g. bitbucket, gitlab etc We have created a gamesfleadhjudge account on github, gitlab and bitbucket. If you plan to use a different repository please ask your academic mentor to contact Liam Noonan with the details. We have also created an email account in case your repository share requires it, the email address is email@example.com. The project name should correspond to the game name so that when it is cloned we can identify the game by file name.
Please ensure that the user gamesfleadhjudge has download permissions, this may be called a reporter role.
The root folder structure of the project is as follows
- Source Code
- Video Trailer
- Design Doc
Teams will place the appropriate files in the appropriate folder. The code will be in the source code folder, a playable binary or executable will be in the binary folder, the 60 second video trailer will be in the video trailer folder, the design doc will be in the design doc folder.
Team will add the following account to the project gamesfleadhjudge
We will clone the entry/project and make it available for the game studio judges.
- An executable of the game
- Source code for the game
- A completed Games-Fleadh-Design-Document-Template
- A 60 second Trailer for the game. 30 seconds promo followed by 30 seconds actual visual and audio footage.
Teams must be registered by Friday March 3rd 4.00 pm
Cut off time for upload of all game studio files to private repository is Sat March 4th 11.59 pm.
Each Team must complete and sign the participation agreement and bring it with them on the day and submit the agreement when registering at the Thurles Campus on March 9th 2016. Registration will take place between 8.45 a.m. and 9.15 a.m.
Each team should have two hard copies of their design doc at their stand so judges can examine the design doc on the day.
Judging will commence at 10.00 a.m. sharp.