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Published on July 26th, 2011 | by Bob


>In need of Community Screenshot Submissions

>In anticipation of the launch of KBMOD 2.0, I’m looking to build a significant pool of in-game screen shots of any and all of the games we all know and love.

Please adhere to the following guidelines:

  • 1280×720 or larger (720P), would appreciate higher resolution but try to keep file size below 2mb
  • Color (may be desaturated later)
  • PLEASE no identifiable watermarks or additions to the screenshot
Please leave a comment below with either a direct link to the screenshot, or link to a web album (flickr, picasa, etc)

Update: Not looking for anything in particular – any gameplay screenshots are welcome.  No menus, please!

9 Responses to >In need of Community Screenshot Submissions

  1. Welshboy2142 says:


    There's a album of 500 arma screenshot in there that i've uploaded if you want to use some of them

  2. Stefan says:

    >Screen of Fallout New Vegas with my manly mustache


  3. TheDoctor says:


  4. yoeddyj says:


    ololol pan on head.

  5. Ethan Baker says:


    Here is a folder of some screenshots that i would be happy for you to use :)

  6. Senorfox says:

    >http://yfrog.com/hsrv3twgj http://yfrog.com/kj9uhxdj http://yfrog.com/kjepsdwj
    Here are three that I took just a second ago in the BC2 Single player. Pick your favorite I guess.

  7. NipNops says:

    >Just in-game screenshots. You can be doing something exciting or not. We want em all!

  8. ZeroHeroVids says:

    >What exactly are you looking for in the screenshot?



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