About the Competition

Show us just how great inclusive spaces can be through the language of play! To start, simply form a team (min. of 2 and max. of 4 members) and register online.

Upon registration, you can also sign up for a free workshop to learn more about UD and game design. Seats are limited and available on a first-come-first-serve basis. So hurry and register your participation today! Competition closes 2 June 2017.

Note: Participants should register only once as a team.

Submission

Develop a tabletop game that will help communicate the concept and importance of UD or inclusivity in the built environment.

Teams may submit up to 2 unpublished games of any of the types listed below. Each game should be played by at least 2 players.

Board game
Board game
Card game
Card game
Role-playing game
Role-playing game
Tile-based game
Tile-based game

For more details, please read the terms and conditions of the competition. Click here to submit your entry.

Teams are required to submit a playable game to projectBUILD@star-horizon.com.
Each submission must include the following details:

Team profile

Name, nationality, age, address, email and contact number of all team members.

Game profile

Name and type of game (e.g. board game, card game, etc), description of game, number of players, recommended ages and average play time

Rules of the Game

Objective of game and a summary of how game is played. The game starting set up and victory conditions must be clearly spelt out. Exceptions (if any) need not be included at this point.

Pitch

A short description (no more than 150 words) about why game is unique, exciting, deserving of winning the Competition and being published.

All information should be typed out using Arial font size 11 with 1.5 line spacing and should not exceed eight A4 pages, including images (if any). The information should be submitted in PDF format and should not exceed 5 MB in size.

Evaluation

A maximum of 20 games will be shortlisted for Phase 2 evaluation.
Shortlisted teams will be given three weeks to submit a prototype of the game.

Submissions will be evaluated using the same set of criteria used in Phase 1
evaluation. However, teams are allowed to fine-tune their submissions for the
purpose of Phase 2 evaluation.





Stand a chance to win an additional $500 if your game is
selected for publication by the Organisers!