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RGCD C64 16KB Cartridge Game Development Competition 2013

Event Type :
Standalone Compo

Dates :
1 May - 30 November 2013

Place :
United Kingdom

Website :
http://www.rgcd.co.uk

Organizers :
Heavy Stylus

Organizer Groups :
RGCD

Competition Results :

C64 Game
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Monster Buster (16KB Cartridge Version) by P1X3L-netDownload9.89.8
2Micro Hexagon (16KB Cartridge Version) by Paulko64Download9.79.7
3Powerglove (RGCD Compo Edition) by LazycowDownload9.09.0
4Kobo64 (16KB Cartridge Version) by Soci, SingularDownload9.39.0
5Rocket Smash (16KB Cartridge Version) by RGCDDownload9.09.3
6Vallation (16KB Cartridge Version) by CosineDownload8.58.0
7Magic Duel (16KB Cartridge Version) by DomspitzeDownload7.0
8Cosmic Ark (16KB Cartridge Version) by MaxDownload9.19.2
9Invert (16KB Cartridge Version) by The New DimensionDownload8.1
10Bellringer III (16KB Cartridge Version) by Geir StraumeDownload8.4
11Devil Ronin (16KB Cartridge Version) by RGCDDownload7.1
12Linus vs. Simon (16KB Cartridge Version) by GoatDownload6.0
13Candle Burner v1.1 (16KB Cartridge Version) by LaxityDownload
14Revenge of the Tomato (16KB Cartridge Version) by The New DimensionDownload
15S-Blox V1.0 (16KB Cartridge Version) by AvatarDownload7.8

Attendants : (20)
ALeX, Didi, Domspitze, encore, Endurion, enthusi, Geir Straume, Goat, Heavy Stylus, johncl, King Durin, Lazycow, Max, Paulko64, Retrofan, Richard, saulc12, Soci, Taxim, The Magic Roundabout

External links :
Full competition details and rules.  (http://www.rgcd.co.uk/2013/05/c64-16kb-cartridge-game-development.html)


User Comment
Submitted by Heavy Stylus on 16 January 2014
Huge apologies for the delay in getting these out - it seems that I was the unwilling victim of some sort of germ-warfare test over Christmas and New Year, with most of my time consumed by overdosing on Lemsips and Benylin cough mixture. This caused an epic backlog of RGCD orders that I have only just cleared, and it has taken me till now to finally compile the results of last year's competition!

As already explained over on the official page, the scores were calculated using mean averages with the highest achievable score being 90 points (if all judges had scored a game 15 points in all categories). I won't bore you with lists and tables of who scored each game what, instead I have listed the games below in order of placing with the final scores and judges' comments.

As is traditional, I'd like to say a massive 'thank you' to everyone involved - yet again, through your hard work and dedication, the modern day C64 game development scene has continued to improve and impress, surpassing expectations again and again. Well done to all involved, and here's looking forward to an even better 2014!

For a full breakdown of scores and what the judging panel had to say pop over to: http://www.rgcd.co.uk/2014/01/2013-c64-16kb-cartridge-game.html

Please don't be disappointed by the ranking of your game. We spent a lot of time on each game and the confidential scoring and a varied panel ensured that there was no strategic ranking here. The games were *all* fantastic releases, but someone has to come first and last!

Prizes will be on route to you soon.

User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 2 December 2013
Very nice competition with a lot of good entries. Thumbs up Heavy Stylus and all contributors.

User Comment
Submitted by bepp on 3 May 2013
And some cool cracks? =)

User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 3 May 2013
Looking forward to some cool games coming up again.
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