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[EVENT] STEAM WORKSHOP CONTEST!

Celebrate our Anniversary! Win Plushies & Steam Gift Cards in the Steam Workshop Contest!

You have until April 28th to submit an entry!

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Rules & Guidelines:

Info: There are three categories you can submit to: Best Map, Best Mod and Best Skin.
NEXILE will act as a Jury and decide the winners based on internal discussion

  • General Rules: (READ)

    – Must be a NEW creation for the competition

    – Must contain only your own work (No copyrighted assets/material)

    – Must have a functional thumbnail (50kb max) and at least (1) Screenshot!

    – Must specify it is part of the [Event] in the workshop item description

    – Gameplay (mods/maps) without the win condition of reaching the top are allowed
  • Guidelines: (READ)

    – Focus on fun and creative challenges not reliant on difficulty

    – Avoid things that makes it hard to track Jump King’s basic jumping mechanic (such as skins that does not have a charge animation)

    Categories:

    • Best Map: (1st Prize = 1x Jump King or Bogman Plushie + 1x $100 Steam Gift Card)

      – Must be short (Between 5 and 20 screens)

      – Must use at least (1) of the JumpKingPlus blocks from the mod on the workshop

      – No use of 1, 2 and 3-frame jumps
    • Best Mod: (1st Prize = 1x Jump King or Bogman Plushie + 1x $100 Steam Gift Card)

      – Adhere to General rules
    • Best Skin: (1st Prize = 1x Jump King or Bogman Plushie + 1x $50 Steam Gift Card)

      – Adhere to General rules

    How to Enter:

    Create your workshop item, upload it to the Jump King Steam Workshop with a working thumbnail (50kb max), 1 Screenshot and “[Event-Submission]” or any other mention of it being an Event-Submission in your Workshop Item Description.

    Getting Started:

    To get started making mods we recommend reading more about Worldsmith and our Modding philosophies in these resources:

    [Previous Blog]: https://www.jump-king.com/steam-workshop-update/

    [Documentation]: https://teamnexile.github.io/jk-workshop-docs/

    Experiment with Worldsmith and figure things out. If you need help you can always ask around in our DISCORD

    Good luck!

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