Design A Shirt For Our Store, Win An Apple TV

Our shirt design contest is only running for another day, so get those submissions sent in to if you haven’t already! We’ve got some great concepts so far, but we want to see what else you’ve got. The first-place winner will receive an Apple TV, and second-place gets $50 in iTunes bucks.

Our design contest ended last week, and now we’ve picked the winners! Click ahead to see the two winning T-shirt designs, and learn which designers won an Apple TV and $50 iTunes gift card.

Our first-place prize goes to Sousa0145, who sent in this 3D iPhone populated by some familiar faces.

Our second-place prize goes to Cheung Wai Lam, who envisioned an iPhone set to the lock screen with the names of different console platforms “embedded” in the device.

Thanks to everyone who submitted shirt ideas, and congratulations to our winners! Look for these awesome new designs in our gear store soon.

Last week, we announced our brand-new shirt store, where you can purchase original iOS-inspired Slide To Play designs. Now, we’re giving you a chance to design a shirt, with an Apple TV available as the top prize. Second prize is a $50 iTunes gift card. Read on for the rules!

The theme of your shirt design should be: iOS is THE BEST for gamers! Your design can be hand-drawn, created in Photoshop, or even described through text. We’re looking for the best ideas, not just the best artists.

Can you do better than this?

We’ll consider the best ideas for a new shirt for our store. Keep in mind that any logo designs that win one of our prizes will become the property of Slide To Play, Inc.

To enter, email your design to before December 1. After that, we’ll pick our favorites and notify the winners via email.

We can’t wait to see your awesome iOS-inspired designs! Good luck!

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