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System compatibility and minimum requirements:
(i.e. operating systems, processor speed, memory, etc.)


Company e-mail address (visible by public):
Company description (a few sentences):

One line product description (about 30 words, keep it simple):

Full product description in 1 to 4 paragraphs. This is the meat of your ad copy and product page. It should not over-hype the game ("best x game ever made!") but it should not be a dry technical readout either ("contains 3 levels, 4 bosses, and 12 guns"). We can edit and re-work this, so the more we have to work with the better! Players may already know what your game is about, so be sure to include what the player will internally experience when playing.


List of game features. Each item should be no more than 10-12 words. Start with a dry technical readout ("12 guns") then spice it up ("Pummel alien hoards with a high tech arsenal of 12 weapons"). List as many as you want. Include all features, even if you have nothing to say about the feature!


Reviews and awards. Include any player or media reviews or quotes, and include any awards the game may have won.


Gamer Newsletter preview. If you would like some extra coverage in our Gamer Newsletter (which goes out to thousands of subscribers) before your game is released, submit a 2-4 paragraph preview of your game telling gamers why your game is awesome. This isn't so much a sales pitch as it is a way to let the gamer know why you started making the game and what excites you about it. This can help build positive hype for your game! Submitting a preview does not guarantee you an article, as we can only post one per newsletter.


Developer Newsletter: Developer Spotlight. If you would like some extra coverage in our Developer Newsletter (which goes out to thousands of subscribers) before or after your game is released, submit a 2-4 paragraph write up on the process of making your game in Torque. This is info that might answer questions other aspiring game developers may have about how to make a successful game. This is not an advertisement for your game specifically, but there will be links to the game's product page. Submitting a spotlight piece does not guarantee you an article, as we can only post one per newsletter.



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