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Ludum Dare 18 Judging

Posted by (twitter: @ludumdare)
August 22nd, 2010 8:03 pm

Judging is on!

On the voting page, all participants are assigned 20 random games. If you can make an effort to play and rate these games, then we’ll get a good distribution of votes for all games. The more games you play, the higher your placement on the “Coolness” charts. The list will grow as you play more.

If a competition participant forgot to include source, please don’t down-vote them, but politely remind them to include it. All verified, thanks sfernald.

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9 Responses to “Ludum Dare 18 Judging”

  1. PoV says:

    Mini FAQ:
    Q. My download links are missing! Help!
    A. You forgot to include http:// at the start of your URL’s. Edit your entry page and add HTTP’s.

  2. EmptyFlash says:

    Real quick question for a first time LD participant. What do the numbers beside the names on the voting page mean? Just wondering.

  3. Codexus says:

    Is it not possible to edit our comments in the vote section anymore? We could do that in the previous LDs.

  4. Martoon says:

    When voting, when should we select n/a for a category? If a game has no sound, I’m assuming we put n/a for Audio? What if a game doesn’t appear to attempt humor at all? Do we put n/a for humor (and if not, what would be an appropriate score)?

    • PoV says:

      I see what you mean, and I see this has been asked a few times. Thinking about it, I think you’ll want to give a rating to everything instead of N/A. That way, statistically, a game that isn’t funny or has no sound doesn’t win by accident.

  5. Endurion says:

    What’s up with all the striked out text?

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