The contest is near and dear to Kotaku’s heart, as their own Brian Crecente is one of the judges of the competition, and they have graciously provided the details for those interested in entering.
The contest tasks participants with creating a simple flash game that deals with violence and how it relates to teens and dating without using any violence in the actual game.
This year’s winner will receive a $2500 prize, while two runners-up will receive $100 for their efforts. As further incentive for users to enter, one random entry will also receive a $100 reward as a sort of door-prize. The contest ends March 15, and users will be announced May 27.
Check out the contest’s official site for more information about the contest, or to see last year’s winners.