Here is the Top 20 according to each judge (percentages normalized):
Arni Arent (appel)
3,Farmer John and the Birds 4k,93.3%
18,Toras Blocks 4k,83.3%
8,Plants 4K Zombies,91.9%
9,Farmer John and the Birds 4k,90.3%
17,Galactic Conquest 4K - II,83.9%
2,Galactic Conquest 4K - II,98.6%
6,Behind the wall of sleep,94.3%
9,Plants 4K Zombies,94.3%
10,4King & Country!,92.9%
12,Farmer John and the Birds 4k,91.4%
What were you thinking?! 2 judges put Rainbow Road in first place, the community put it in first place, and you put it in 20th place!
In fact, take a look at ApoBlockLock4k, an implementation of Rush Hour, Nob Yoshigahara's sliding block puzzle from the 1970's. Rush Hour puts the player in the role of a parking lot attendant that needs to figure out a way to get a car out of a congested lot. You put ApoBlockLock4K 5 places above Rainbow Road. Meaning, you'd rather re-park cars than race them?! From a game play and a technological achievement point of view, I can't imagine how you came up with this ordering.
In your review of Rainbow Road, you wrote, "Oh my... this must be what it feels like driving on a rainbow. I was expecting a relaxed driving experience, but I got a thrilling and... a competitive race. One of the more interesting racing car 4k game made."
You never played the N64 game that this 4K game was based on? You never played any version of Mario Kart? Why are you even a judge?