- Jul 2, 2014
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Pretty sure top ten of both, so if the judge was an RPG judge, the top 10 RPGs go to them, etc.how long ago were the top ten passed along? Furthermore, is that top ten from each category (twenty games passed in total), or ten best games from the two combined?
Nick I don't know if anyone ever got back to you, but you can post your game over on RMN, it's not just for RPG games, it's a pretty equal opportunity place, and there are quite a few platformers there, yours will be right at home.Anyhow, I'm a bit new to the community, so I'm not familiar with RMN or RMW as abbreviations. I assume they stand for RPG Maker Net and RPG Maker Web respectively? I'd love to know where to upload my non-RPG game so that it has a chance of getting a little bit more feedback.
Pretty sure you guys are just trying to get blood out of a stone at this point. We're pretty much caught up with the local judges. Just gotta play the waiting game (like everyone else) at this point.and the judges have, frustratingly enough, fallen silent yet again. Perhaps this is a good sign, though? Maybe they've been called back into action to help sort out one final workload before results?
Man, I hope that's the case.
Are you looking for a daily update, even if there is nothing? "Nothing today, better luck tomorrow"In my opinion, the important thing is to know if you or touchfuzzy have emailed the judges yet. The competitors only have a direct line to the degica judges, and communication kind of breaks down if you guys don't relay messages to the higher ups, if possible.
I realize that it's very inconvenient to be positioned in the middle of a two way message chain, so I really wouldn't mind anybody saying "no, I haven't / can't currently speak with the humble judges."
It just feels good to be kept in the loop. It's also important to know that you guys are making an effort to be active in the forum. Even if nobody is making terribly meaningful or productive conversation, it's nice to know that the judges will be around in the event that meaningful discussion does occur