Ever wanted to try your hand at designing the cover art for a book about your favourite video game? Well now is your opportunity as Obilisk Games have whipped up the perfect storm to give you a chance to see your vision come true in the "My Book Cover" photo mode contest.


Partnering up with Boss Fight Books, the team at Obilisk invite you to jump into your preferred photo mode, capture creative images that you can imagine as the cover of a book about the game, and share them using the hashtag #MyBookCover.


You can enter as many times as you like for a chance to win some great prizes including a premium print of your entry as a mock-up cover, as well as physical and e-book editions of fantastic books on classic games from the Boss Fight Books library.

Share your cover art vision...

Boss Fights Books publishes nonfiction documentary-style books about classic video games, with each one taking a critical, historical, and personal look at a single game. Every book is also written by a different author including game designers, journalists, novelists, voice actors, film critics, musicians, and artists from in & out of the video game industry.


Aimed at anyone with an interest in games, the books show how games are worthy of our respect, curiosity, and criticism, as well as the opportunities within games as an art form. For more, check out the list of Boss Fight Books at bossfightbooks.com, and be sure to read the thoughtful reviews from Obilisk below if you are interested:

Final Fantasy VI: Boss Fight Books review

Resident Evil: Boss Fight Books Review


Contest Information:

Prizes:

  • 🥇 - 1 winner will receive a chosen physical copy of any Boss Fight Book AND a premium print of the winning image as a mock-up cover.

  • 🥈 - 2 winners will receive a chosen physical copy of any Boss Fight Book.

  • 🥉 - 7 winners will receive a chosen e-book copy of any Boss Fight Book.

With no limit on the number of entries, you can try as many times as you like (though each winner is only eligible for one prize) and entries can be in any orientation; portrait, landscape or cropped.


To add some extra fun, why not also include a title or story suggestions that convey the theme of your potential book. Entries are open now, so go ahead and share your ideas and photos with us; we can't wait to see what you come up with.


For more info and to support the sponsors, head over to Obilisk Games to read the original contest post now...

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