Mod of the Year is the largest celebration of hobbyist, amateur and professional modification developers. With record attendance and a massive number of updates, releases and new projects 2010 was a year like no other, packed to bursting with goodies to make any tired relic PC game seem new and exciting again. The Modding Hall of Fame has rolled out the red carpet welcoming one and all to see the best mods ever released all in one place.
It takes a great idea and years of hard work to make a brilliant mod reality. Without a shadow of doubt the biggest prize is the coverage and prestige the winning team receives (and possibly even a future listing in the Hall of Fame). As the MOTY winner companies will want to discuss commericalizing your mod (we can help make the introductions) and your resume just got a massive tick. However while we know you do it for experience and for the love of making something new, to thank you (the winning teams) for your creativity and dedication, we have a few small prizes to hand out from our sponsors.
Desura is a digital distribution service for gamers, putting the best games, mods and downloadable content at your fingertips. It was made by the same people who run ModDB and was only recently launched. Here are a few prizes:
UDK is Unreal Engine 3 – the complete professional development framework. UDK contains all the tools you need to create amazing games, lifelike scenes and fantastic worlds. So if you are a developer currently exploring the power and potential of UDK, we have a special competition just for you. Thanks to Epic Games the makers of the UDK game engine, the top UDK game as decided by the Players Choice and Editors Votes will win:
Design3 is the ultimate destination for game developers from beginners to pros boasting tons of tutorials for you to stream as you learn the in's and out's of game development. Their collection of Source and Unity engine tutorials cannot be beaten, and the winning team in each Players and Editors choice category will be receiving: