The categories were split due to the huge influx of games (and yes, some of us are better at judging RPGs - myself, I'm not very good at non-RPGs so it would have been a bad fit to make me play - unfair on those who made the games). Nessiah and I handled the RPGs and the non-RPGs were handled by other judges. Thus, she and I don't know what they plan to do as it was kept separate to restrict the amount of influence over each others' scores/thoughts. (Besides, we couldn't say anything because we never played the non-RPGs - something I'll personally be looking into doing eventually because I wanna see what was made on that side of the fence too - I'm far too curious for my own good.)
As Nessy said, though, she and I will more than likely be polishing up reviews for those games that are on RMN (so, you know, if you want to put your game up there...
) I might go so far as to add reviews to the RMW games too since, well, it'd be a waste not to share. Frankly, though, since the winner hasn't been announced yet it'd be best to at least wait until then so that we're not stepping on anyone's toes or pre-emptively showing hands. ^.^
Whatever the case, just know that you should all be proud of yourselves if you made the deadline. It's no mean feat working to create a game within a month and especially a polished piece. Anyone who released something should feel pride in that accomplishment. You all did great.