September 16, 2012 2:00 PM | John Polson
The Bosch Art Game competition asks developers to create an original game concept inspired by the paintings of Jheronimus Bosch. These games should relive his work in a new way, and the winners will get 2500 Euros to create a playable prototype.
Developers have until December to create a concept for the competition and place it on the official website. A jury will select the five best concepts, and those creators will have five months to develop a playable prototype. It is worth noting that when the winning creators are not willing or able to develop their prototype into a playable game, the Jheronimus Bosch 500 Foundation "reserves the right to assign this to an external production team."
The competition also prohibits developers and others from further developing or releasing their pitch/concept until results are announced. The official rules are here.