DIY Games To Pay Entry Fees To IGF Entrants
DIY Games.com is proud to announce the "Indie Games Festival 2004 Entry Free Contest." One or more lucky developers will have their entry fee into the 2004 Independent Games Festival paid for by DIY Games and its sponsors, no strings attached. The $100 entry fee attached to the IGF can be difficult to justify for many small dev teams, so DIY Games wants to help out as much as possible by covering the up front cost. Developers looking to have their entry fee into the IGF go away just need to go to the entry fee contest page and follow the instructions. Non-developers can still take part by submitting their favorite games, or by donating money towards getting more titles' entry fees paid.
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