The One Page Dungeon Contest 2011 is now open for submissions until April 1 at 0:00 GMT. Contestants will have to create a ‘dungeon’ (the definition is used very loosely here) with rooms, complete with a map and keys to each room without any game stats. All of which has to fit onto a A4 paper. They must also attribute their creation to the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 and put a link to that license on their entry.

This year’s prizes is probably the best lineup the contest has had since it started in 2009, with 35 products, print, PDF or otherwise, for those who submitted entries that are judged to be winners of the contest. Among the big prizes includes a one year PDF subscription of Kobold Quarterly, a standard patronage for Open Design’s Midgard campaign setting, a printed copy of Goodman Games’ Dungeon Crawl Classic (when it is available) and $200.

Judges for this year’s contest are RPG bloggers Adrian Shieh (Occam’s Samurai Sword), Shane Mangus (Swords Against the Outer Dark), Jeffrey Runokivi (There’s a Bugbear in My Kitchen!) and Alex Schroeder, with artist Clay Wendt (Sean FitzSimon on deviantART), Ken Carcas and Angie Littman from the Cartographers’ Guild.

Winners of the contest would be announced on May 16, 0:00 GMT and all the entries (both winners and non-winners) would be compiled and be made downloadable for free.

For more details on entry requirements and info, please check the One Page Dungeon Contest 2011 page or if you have no idea what is the One Page Dungeon Contest, then go here.