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Submitted by rajeanak25 850d ago | news

Compete With Goofy Photos In Awkward Hugs 'Bout'

"Awkward Hug, the designers behind the adorable all-ages photo challenge game Socks, Inc. have a new project, an iOs social photo contest called Bout. Players of Bout snap photos in response to challenges, and then friends choose the best ones. Winners can be chosen on artistry, content or a clever response to the challenge prompt, a bit like a round of social card game Apples To Apples, but with user-generated photos instead of a deck of cards. Like Apples to Apples, content prompts almost ask for goofy responses. Some of the contest prompts are pretty much inviting goofy photo responses, like “The glue that holds your relationship together” or “Reason to get up in the morning” or “Something that always kills the mood” or “Something that makes Mama proud”. Winning pics receive coins, bragging rights, and hopefully the same kind of goofy achievements found in Socks, Inc." - Meg Stivison (Bout, Indie, PC)

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