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Thursday, February 04, 2010

Win a top of the range iMac!

It’s our biggest, most ambitious challenge yet.  We’ve always said that Moviestorm was good enough for making TV, and we want you to show us we’re right.

So here’s the challenge.

Make a kids’ show using our new Fun Land pack, get it shown on television, and we’ll buy you a superb top-spec 27-inch quad-core Apple iMac, like this one. It’s currently worth over £1,600 at UK prices, or $1,999 in the US!

There’s no closing date for this. The first person to get a kid’s TV show commissioned and aired by a broadcaster using Fun Land wins.  It can be anywhere in the world, any language, any network. It can be long, short, comedy, educational, it doesn’t matter. It doesn’t even have to be pure Moviestorm - mix in live action presenters if you want.

Are you up to it? Download Moviestorm - free, grab the pack, and show us what you can do. No - scratch that. Show the TV companies what you can do!

There’s more about the iMac we’re offering right here. (correct as of Feb 4, 2010).

27-inch: 2.66GHz iMac
2.66GHz Intel Core i5
2560 x 1440 resolution
4GB memory
1TB hard drive
8x double-layer SuperDrive
ATI Radeon HD 4850 graphics with 512MB



(5) Comments | Permalink | Posted by Matt Kelland

Ash McGonigal on 02/10 at 11:37 AM

I think we need a little bit more comprehensiveness regarding the rules of this one.

Ash McGonigal on 02/10 at 11:41 AM

I think this one needs a little more comprehensiveness to the rules. Or at least definitions of “commissioned,” “broadcaster,” and “kid’s.”

Moviestorm on 02/17 at 06:10 AM

This may be useful:

The 4th Aniboom Awards sponsored by Sesame Street provides talented animators from around the world a chance to showcase their made for kids animations. For the first time ever we are giving you the opportunity to create original characters and content for the longest street in the world. Present your unique vision in any animation style to win cash prizes and the chance to have your animation air on one of television’s most iconic shows, Sesame Street.

Moviestorm on 02/17 at 06:17 AM

As regards the “rules”: we’ll take a very wide interpretation. Get something on TV, tell us about it, and we’ll go from there.

(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 02/21 at 09:52 AM

how do we submit it to go on TV!!?

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