Okay, all you need to do is draw out a map for my game, claxor. You may have seen this little competition before, quite a while ago, but that one didn't turn out as successful as I'd hoped.
All you need to do to earn yourself a quick, easy 50,000 QJ points is to draw out some form of level in paint using these 3 items; A ball, which will bounce off the lines, and a box which the user has to get the ball into, drawn on the background given.
Remember not to make them really easy, and nor really hard - anything up to 5 lines can be used. And by Lines, I mean stright lines - one with a bend in the middle is actually 2 lines. Just an example:
To earn yourself 80,000 QJ points, you need to go further still. Having drawn out the map in paint or whatever, you now need to change this into code so that I can just put it in the game quickly and effectively with no hassle. Using this method will almost guarntee your map's entry into the game.
What you would need to do for this, is first follow the steps in the first part and make a map. Then, we have to turn it into this: (Note: anything in between brackets is to be deleted from entries!)
Note: If you need more lines than what is given in the example above, you can continue to use "x7 = ", "y7 = ", ect.
although this seems daunting, its really not that hard to do. The "X"'s and "Y"'s are just simple co-ordinates that need to be filled in. To do this, put your cursor over the top right corner of the picture you want to find the co-ordinates of, and they will be given in the bottom left part of the window. See the example below, for MS Paint:
Link: (Pics to big to display here)
See the little red ring around the two numbers? The first is the X co-ordinate, and the second is the Y - If this were your map, all you would have to do is fill those two numbers in the "start of lines 1" part. For more accuracy when reading co-ordinates, I would suggest you zoom in to a 6x-8x view.
Ask any questions at will.
50,000 will be given for a simple drawing of the map using all the pictures given. per entry.
65,000 will be given for just the code for a map, per entry.
80,000 and a guarnteed spot will be given for entries consisting of code and a picture of the map, per entry.
There is no limit to the number of maps you can submit, however if I get to many simple drawings I may choose not to accept some.
Every map that makes it into the game will have your name on it, written on the screen whilst the user is playing that specific level. Thats why you have to fill in your name on the level name code ;)
Have fun, I'll pay people off asap after they submit they're entries. If you enter and I havn't paid you two days later, send me a PM with a link to your post and I'll set things straight.
Thanks in advance, I think this should make a great game.