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* The International Obfuscated C Code Contest is not game specific, but a classic and a great read.  http://www.ioccc.org/main.html
 
* The International Obfuscated C Code Contest is not game specific, but a classic and a great read.  http://www.ioccc.org/main.html
* Allegro Demo Competition, once hosted at http://overandover.no-ip.com/ademo/
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* Allegro Demo Competition
 
* Raycasting Competition, inactive at http://pixwiki.bafsoft.com/wiki/index.php/RayCastingCompetition
 
* Raycasting Competition, inactive at http://pixwiki.bafsoft.com/wiki/index.php/RayCastingCompetition
  

Revision as of 19:04, July 9, 2007

This is meant to be a listing of programming competitions and challenges, especially covering those which allow C/C++ and/or Allegro, and which focus on game programming. Links should be provided whenever possible, as well as a short description of what is or was involved.

Currently/soon open to participation

Competitions and/or challenges that will begin in the near future or are currently running.

  • SHMUP dev #4 from June 1st 2007 to September 30th 2007, mandatory theme is Options

Speedhacks

A popular genre of competition in which one is given a short time (typically two or three days) to create a game from minimal components which follows a ruleset and/or theme which is usually (at least partially) generated at the competition start. Among these are:

Tiny source

Challenges that restrict source code with size requirements, and focus on ingenuity in the design of the code itself as much as on the actual game it produces.

  • An Allegro Game in 20 Lines ... possible? For sure! A forum event here.
  • The 2004 Allegro Screenhack, a forum event here with results here.

Genre specific

Team

  • http://www.remakes.org/ hosts yearly 3-month competitions. Apparantly there are no plans for future Remakes competitions.

Awards ceremonies

  • The AAA, annual allegro awards, was meant to fill this place but is somewhat deceased at the moment

Other

History

Date Link Participants Submissions
1999-11 SpeedHack #1 24 13
2001-01 SpeedHack #2 32 22
2002-04 SpeedHack #3 41 32
2002-04 Speedhack #3b 29 17
2002-04 LudumDare #0
2002-07 LudumDare #1
2002-11 LudumDare #2
2003-04 LudumDare #3
2003-05 SpeedHack #4 44 26
2003-07 72hrgc
2003-11 TINS #1
2004-04 LudumDare #4 341 67
2004-06 SpeedHack #5 47 24
2004-10 LudumDare #5 93
2004-12 72hrgc
2005-02 TINS #2
2005-04 LudumDare #6
2005-07 72hrgc
2005-08 SpeedHack #6 75 39
2005-08 pyweek #1 161 (112 teams) 26
2005-12 LudumDare #7
2005-12 ChristmasHack '05 21 13
2006-03 TINS #3
2006-03 72hrgc
2006-03 pyweek #2 130 (78 teams) 36
2006-04 LudumDare #8 150 66
2006-07 72hrgc
2006-08 SpeedHack #7 55 33
2006-09 pyweek #3 145 (82 teams) 30
2006-11 72hrgdc
2006-12 ChristmasHack '06 26 11
2007-01 LudumDare warmup #8.5
2007-03 TINS #4
2007-04 PyWeek #4 190 (102 teams) 52
2007-04 LudumDare #9