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

PostPosted: Wed Aug 11, 2010 3:58 am
by misterecho

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The winning entry is Metropole Luxury Coffin

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Congratulations to madunkieg
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It was a very difficult judging process as the entries were of a very high standard. This helps to explain our tardiness. Although it doesn't excuse it. Well done Madunkieg, please email me and we can make arrangements for your prize.

[edit] my email is MISTERECHO at HOTMAIL dot COM

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

PostPosted: Wed Aug 11, 2010 4:10 am
by Rob Lang
Congratulations!

Wow, this was hard. Reading through all the entries was great fun and I will be doing a load of reviews off the back of them. Well done madunkieg!

A tough, tough competition, not only in length but in the high quality of entries.

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

PostPosted: Wed Aug 11, 2010 6:00 am
by Corone
Congrats to the Coffin! :-)

Will the judges be offering their thoughts on the other entries too btw?
I'd certainly like to hear their thoughts on my entry and the others.

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

PostPosted: Wed Aug 11, 2010 6:47 am
by SheikhJahbooty
OH!

I knew it. I knew it early on.

Mike's Game (Vulpinoid's) made me pause for a bit, but the winner was always MLC.

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

PostPosted: Wed Aug 11, 2010 6:56 am
by Rob Lang
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.

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

PostPosted: Thu Aug 12, 2010 7:24 am
by pstmdrn
Congratulations! I knew it was a tough choice, all the games looked great!

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

PostPosted: Thu Aug 12, 2010 8:18 pm
by madunkieg
Thanks everyone! Especially to the judges who gave me the excuse to make this game and took the time to run this contest. I love cyberpunk, but hadn't looked at it in so long because my gaming style had changed from what rpgs offered.

There are great ideas throughout the entries. I'm looking forwards to see what you do with your various projects and hoping things don't end here.

Graham

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

PostPosted: Sat Aug 14, 2010 9:42 am
by Corone
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... :-)

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

PostPosted: Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:26 pm
by vulpinoid
Congratulations...

Very nice job, MadUnkieG.

I'd love to see a few of these projects refined and honed into the great games that they could potentially become.

I know I'll be continuing to work on FUBAR.

In the meantime, 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).

Thanks for the contest, it was fun.

Michael W.

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

PostPosted: Mon Aug 16, 2010 11:34 am
by Chainsaw Aardvark
I think all the entries had their own high points, and all the authors deserve the utmost in feedback. I've got a 10 page document of ratings for the contest. However, its not yet ready for the public, with several entries as only the cliff notes version and others lacking my usual polish. There will be a bit of a delay as I try to attend to some other languishing projects and because I want to do these reviews right.

One thing I'll say right now is that I had a lot of trouble reading FUBAR simply due to the choice of font. 120% magnification minimum was required for screen reading, and printing didn't really come out clear either.

Sorry to keep you all waiting.