Your robot design could be in Shoot Many Robots - destructoid

Your robot design could be in Shoot Many Robots

6:00 AM on 03.03.2011

This week at GDC, I had the opportunity to put my grubby little hands on Shoot Many Robots. I'm not allowed to talk about what I've seen there until later this week. What I can tell you is that Demiurge Studios has announced a very cool contest called "Design Many Robots" which will give one creative person the opportunity to have a robot of their design included in the game's first downloadable content addition. I can also tell you that this is something you very much want to be a part of.

The grand prize winner will not only get their robot in the game. They'll also receive a trip to Demiurge Studios in Boston, Massachusetts to see their creation brought to life. To help inspire you, a new trailer (above) and a batch of concept art has been released.

Get to work people. If there's one community on the internet that knows what makes a good robot, it's the people here at Destructoid. Make it happen. More details on the contest are available at the Shoot Many Robots website.

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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