An opportunity to develop games for Horlicks, a brand we all grew up with

For the longest time, game developers have been part of a closed community, mostly working for select organizations, specific target audience and on set technologies. Recent years have seen the community grow. The industry witnessed a sea of change with the smartphone revolution. Current scenario? The possibilities are endless.

With games like Farmville, Angry Birds, Temple Run and Candy Crush, games have become an integral part of our life. The audience is bigger now, with experiences going beyond the game itself. Earning a name, fame and even money isn’t rocket science anymore. If you have the right skillset and talent, the industry is more than willing to reward you for it.

Get ready for the opportunity of a lifetime.

Horlicks an iconic brand, in association with Hackerearth is looking for awesome developers like you. The task – design a game that is engaging for kids for the Horlicks Hack4Fun event. The game needs to be developed for kids aged between 6 to 14 years and should have ‘milk’ and ‘Horlicks’ as an integral part of gameplay. Needless to say, it needs to have strong brand integration opportunities.

The best judged game stands to win some of the biggest prizes ever given for an initiative like this. You can also look at your pre-built games with the same conditions i.e. opportunities of brand integrations.

While games for desktops and/or mobile platforms can be built, however, only mobile games are eligible to participate in the contest.

Prize details:

  • 1st prize: INR 800,000
  • 2nd prize: INR 600,000
  • 3rd prize: INR 400,000
  • First 50 entries get Hackerearth Swag (Tshirts, Pen Drives and Stickers) * **

Here’s your chance to associate with a renowned brand like Horlicks. This is your chance to shine.

What are you waiting for? Submit your entries for Horlicks Hack4Fun hackathon to Hackerearth today.

* Terms and conditions apply

**Due to legal restrictions, this is not applicable for Tamilnadu

About the Author

Raghu Mohan
Raghu is an engineering grad handles Marketing at HackerEarth. Prior to this, he was an editor at When he’s not working, you can find him at the nearest music shop having a jam session.