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Announcing SimHQs Multiplayer Mission Making Contest

With the release of the U.S. version, SimHQ is proud to announce a mission making contest sponsored by NaturalPoint using the mission editor included in Armed Assault: Combat Operations.

Contest Description:

  • The mission needs to be a multiplayer, squad-based, cooperative mission.
  • Use the SimHQ tactical brief articles published over the last 6 months for guidance and reference. You can find the links to them here.
  • You can make the mission for just one squad, or make it for up to four squads. Each squad is nine members.
  • You can make it for one or multiple objectives.

Contest Rules:

  • Members can submit a maximum of three mission.
  • Please have all missions submitted to magnum@simhq.com by 1700 hours eastern time on Sunday, July 1st, 2007. That gives you two whole months to learn, make, and submit your mission to the contest.
  • “Magnum” will review and test the missions for errors and content.
  • After “Magnum’s” review, all eligible missions will be uploaded to the SimHQ Armed Assault Server.
  • Players will have two weeks to play the missions on the SimHQ Armed Assault Server and vote on the best one via a poll in the SimHQ Armed Assault Forum. The playing and voting period will be from Monday, July 6th through Friday, July 20th.
  • In case of a tie (equal number of votes), “Magnum” will pick the winner.

Prizes:

  • The mission builder with the most votes will be declared the winner and be awarded a NaturalPoint TrackIR4:PRO™, TrackClip™PRO, TrackIR™ cap and shirt.

Contest Eligibility:

  • Contestants must be registered SimHQ community members in good-standing.
  • SimHQ advertisers, staff, moderators, or their families are not eligible to enter the contest.
  • Winner Notification:
  • The contest winner will be notified via email on Saturday, July 21st, 2007. Contestants: Make sure your SimHQ registration has your correct email address!
  • If the prize is not claimed by the deadline of Saturday, July 28th, 2007, it will be retained by SimHQ for a future contest and / or giveaway.
  • Any questions or comments please post in the Armed Assault Forum, or contact “Magnum” via e-mail or by private message.

 

Reviewer’s System Specs

  • Dell XPS Gen 4
  • Pentium 4 – 3.7GHz
  • 2GB of DDR2 RAM
  • Radeon X1950XT video card, with 512MB video ram
  • SoundBlaster Audigy 2
  • 2 – 250GB hard drives
  • Windows XP Media Edition

 


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