Deadline Extended for the Thousand-Year Game Design Challenge [RELEASE]

The Thousand-Year Game Design Challenge

The Thousand-Year Game Design Challenge deadline for entry is now extended by one month, to August 31st. The reason? Challenge founder Daniel Solis will speak as a guest of honor at Gen Con!

Solis will devote an hour to discussing the Challenge and its current entrants. The deadline for entries is extended to allow Gen Con attendees just learning about the challenge to develop and submit their game.

Look for SEM1128728 in the events listings. Bring your prototypes and pitches!

The Thousand-Year Game Design Challenge offers a $1,000 reward to a game designer who can create a game that will still be played by people a thousand years from now. For more information, visit

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Daniel Solis
Art Director by Day. Game Designer by Night.