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Re: Cyberpunk Revival Project - AND THE WINNER IS......

PostPosted: Mon Aug 30, 2010 11:58 am
by tygertyger
vulpinoid wrote:Congratulations...
I'd be interested to see some of the discussions among the judges, and their critiques on the various games. (If such things are suitable for public consumption).


Indeed. How about just opening up the judges-only review threads for public consumption when a contest is over?

Re: Cyberpunk Revival Project - AND THE WINNER IS......

PostPosted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 6:49 pm
by Krypter
Most of the entries were excellent, in either flavour, mechanics or presentation, and I hope that we'll see more in the future. I was especially enthralled by FUBAR's fantastic design work, Technogrammaton's engrossing alternate history, and Metropole's noir sensibility. Great work, everyone!

Re: Cyberpunk Revival Project - AND THE WINNER IS......

PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2011 5:21 pm
by madunkieg
Just noticed my entry link expired. New link:

http://www.4shared.com/document/NvnYgfq ... in_01.html

Re: Cyberpunk Revival Project - AND THE WINNER IS......

PostPosted: Thu Feb 03, 2011 3:08 am
by Rob Lang
madunkieg, would you upload it to 1km1kt, please? That way we know it will never disappear again! I can update the links on the blog too. If it's too large to go up, I'll pm my email to you and you can email to me direct.

Re: Cyberpunk Revival Project - AND THE WINNER IS......

PostPosted: Thu Feb 03, 2011 11:30 am
by madunkieg
Attempt to send it #3. No breath being held on it reaching the 1km1kt servers this time, either. Third time's the charm? Maybe?

Re: Cyberpunk Revival Project - AND THE WINNER IS......

PostPosted: Thu Feb 03, 2011 3:54 pm
by misterecho

Re: Cyberpunk Revival Project - AND THE WINNER IS......

PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 5:16 am
by Rob Lang
Yay! Have updated the link on my blog too.

Re: Cyberpunk Revival Project - AND THE WINNER IS......

PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2011 9:13 pm
by aelthric
Corone wrote:
Rob Lang wrote:I'll put up some general thoughts on my blog over the coming weeks.

As for Technogrammaton, if you don't finish that game, I'm going to have to come round your house (after asking Angus where you live) and give you a stiff talking to. It was 17 pages of incomplete brilliance and such a pity that you didn't get the opportunity to expand and refine it.


Excellent,
and thankyou for saying nice things about Technogrammaton :-)
Its already in my to do pile (along with a bigger version of Doom and Cookies)
but having talked about Cubicle 7's releases over the next few years I may be very busy... :-)


How did you come up with the name "Technogrammaton"?

Re: Cyberpunk Revival Project - AND THE WINNER IS......

PostPosted: Thu May 19, 2011 5:39 am
by Corone
aelthric wrote:
Corone wrote:
Rob Lang wrote:I'll put up some general thoughts on my blog over the coming weeks.

As for Technogrammaton, if you don't finish that game, I'm going to have to come round your house (after asking Angus where you live) and give you a stiff talking to. It was 17 pages of incomplete brilliance and such a pity that you didn't get the opportunity to expand and refine it.


Excellent,
and thankyou for saying nice things about Technogrammaton :-)
Its already in my to do pile (along with a bigger version of Doom and Cookies)
but having talked about Cubicle 7's releases over the next few years I may be very busy... :-)


How did you come up with the name "Technogrammaton"?


Ah, that comes from 'Tetragrammaton' which is (I beleive) the name for calculating the numerical formula for God.
Thats an oversimplification as its a very complicated part of Hebrew Kabbala mystisicm (not the thing Madonna was into) which I don't pretend to understand :-)
I borrowed it as my game is about God in the internet, and as it was Cyberpunk it became Technogrammaton.