A Year’s Worth of Quarters!


Have you ever thought you could invent a video game that was as good as anything you've seen in the arcades or on home game systems? Well, here’s your chance to prove it and make enough cash to keep you playing for the next 12 months! All you've got to do is send us the name of your new game, a description of how it is played, and a picture of what it would look like on the screen. Read the contest rules carefully for full details. The best entries will be printed in a future issue. Hey! The entire video game industry is watching! This could start a new career for you!

Contest Rules

It is not necessary to describe any computer circuitry that goes into your game,just the image that appears on the screen and instructions on how to play it. Instructions should be typewritten and no longer than 250 words. Illustrations should be 8 by 10 inches or less, in pencil, ink, paint or whatever medium you choose. Sorry, we cannot return entries. All entries become property of Carnegie Publications. One entry per person, please. The winner will be selected by a panel of experts, on the basis of originality and artistic rendering. We reserve the right to limit prize money to an acceptable, reasonable amount. Entries must be postmarked no later than October 31, 1982. Got all that? Send your entry to: Quarters, Carnegie Publicatiom, 888 7th Ave., New York, N.Y. 10106.

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