You may know that the top three winners of the “Touch the Stars Game Jam”, sponsored by Komodo, will receive up to $1000. However, the real prize is that your game will be published by us on both Steam and the official RPGMakerWeb website.
That’s right! The first, second, and third place winners (not the Fan Favorite, however) of this game jam will have their game published forever, so that the world can see their masterpiece. People will be able to download your game (for free) and marvel at both your skills and what the RPG Maker MZ engine can do in the hands of true talent.
Don’t forget the cash amounts for placing:
⭐ 1st Place: $1,000
⭐ 2nd Place: $500
⭐ 3rd Place: $250
⭐ Fan Favorite: $250
Click below to read the full rules and how to submit your game!
Don’t own RPG Maker MZ? That’s not a problem! We’re offering RPG Maker MZ free to use through the end of July, long enough to make a game for the game jam plus an extra 8 days for you to learn even more about the new engine.
So download the latest version, make the game of your dreams, and show the world what you can do with RPG Maker MZ!
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