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Star Supremacy puts players' artistic ability to the test with new contest

Matt Daniel, @MVMatt
November 23, 2011
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Star Supremacy entered open beta earlier this month, and the game's developer, Barbily Games, wants to give one lucky player an opportunity to have his or her artwork turned into an in-game ship. That's right, Star Supremacy wants your ship designs, and the winning entry will be used to create a new spacecraft within the game. There's only one week left in the competition, so if you want to put your artistic skills to the test, just head on over to the game's official site.

[Source: Barbily Games press release]

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