And yes, you heard right: winners it is; though I said at the start that there will only be one winner, I decided to split the prizes
in the end. This was partly because both winners made excellent entries, and it was a pain to decide between them; and partly because they were both, I thought, more interested in different prizes from each other.
I take pleasure in saying that GloKidd
are our two winners. GloKidd submitted five entries: an imaginative piece of Sam & Max fan-art
; a Sam & Max/A Vampyre Story crossover comic panel
; and the rest shown in a web-site
he created (which itself counts as a submission): a clay model of Max, and a tiny tiny MixnMojo code wheel badge. To GloKidd goes the Telltale goodies.
v4MP1r3, meanwhile, put a lot of effort into making a blog
for A Vampyre Story
, which has an archive of the game's information, images and related articles, and the author intends to keep updating the blog, charting the game's maturing until its release day. The signed A Vampyre Story
concept art will be flying off to v4MP1r3 shortly.
Well done to our winners, thanks again to TellTale and Autumn Moon for donating the prizes, and thanks also for all the Mojo readers who took part.
I trust you all enjoyed our summer competition. It wasn?t quite the Triwizard Tournament
, but I hope it was fun nevertheless.