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The Second GSB Modding Contest - The Plague (Forums : Contests : The Second GSB Modding Contest - The Plague) Locked
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Feb 17 2012, 5:52pm Anchor

Hi guys, a contest has been running in the Gratuitous Space Forums (http://positech.co.uk/forums/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=6961), in it the modders make beasts using a pack of graphics that i've gave them, it is the Second Modding Contest in that forum, the objetive is to get hulls for a new mod, just like the success that was Praetorian Industries Mod (http://positech.co.uk/forums/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=5698).

To the point, the First Modding Contest (Positech.co.uk) half year ago went pretty good (for a forum that has no more of 20 fully active members usually) but this time i'm wanting to expand that a bit. There is one thing, the phase to submit new entries ended a week ago, but the voting phase just started, i'm wanting to expand that part to the contest to Moddb, letting to all of you to participate in the open voting of The Second GSB Modding Contest.

This is a request to post in this forum a mirror of the contest so all of you can give your votes (6 per user), so... i'm allowed to do it? and a second question, its the Moddb Forums community going to collaborate to give to these modders more motivation to make more great mods? =D

Feb 18 2012, 4:48pm Anchor

You can post a mirror of the contest. Though the ModDB forums don't support multiple-choice polls, and modding community of indie games on ModDB is much smaller / less active (except for Mount&Blade).

Feb 18 2012, 5:22pm Anchor

i dont need a modding community, i just need people voting the entries of the contest, the votes can be submitted as replies AND PMs, i will rake care to count them all.
Then Moddb community is not really active? D: i didnt expected that, does Desura or Indiedb forums are more active?

Feb 19 2012, 7:38am Anchor

ModDB community is active. Desura and IndieDB too. Only mods for indie games such as Gratuitous Space Battles still get little attention. They're slowly getting more press and community support. :-)

Edited by: feillyne

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