As 2022 lurches into its unsteady conclusion, The Sandbox aims to end the year on a high. As a result, partnering with Warner Music Group for an action-packed final game jam of 2022.
For a final farewell to the 12 months that brought the collapse of Terra Luna, a brazen $600 million hack and the Demise of FTX, The Sandbox hopes to signal a new era of prosperity. Therefore, taking to the Metaverse with a tremendous game-making competition held in partnership with Warner Music Group.
Through the amazing contest, 10 winners will take a share in 30k $SAND worth of spoils. With the best entry receiving 12k, second, 7k, third, 4k and the remaining 7 runners up all taking away 1k $SAND each. All judged based on unique design, intrinsic playability and gripping storyline.
🎤 It’s the @warnermusic Game Jam! 🎤
The rules are simple: create a music themed experience using the Game Maker!
🎼 30,000 $SAND prize fund – until Jan 2nd!
Full details and rules ⤵️https://t.co/PsghSzE9eL
— The Sandbox (@TheSandboxGame) December 10, 2022
Those getting involved must design and build an all-new, music-themed experience using The Sandbox Game-Maker software. Creating and submitting their ingenious entries between now and 3pm UTC on January 2 for consideration in the contest. After which, The Sandbox and WMG judges will spend all of January considering each experience, before announcing the winners on February 4.
To submit a ‘Game Jam’ for the competition, creators must first upload their entry to the Game Maker gallery. Then complete the associated Game Jam – WMG form for The Sandbox to officially recognize the submission.
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