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Offline DonaldEKnuth

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« Reply #90 - Posted 2006-01-31 14:53:28 »

Good because I like my little animation! Smiley

He he, and it is a spoiler but you will still have 93 levels to play (92 not counting the first one as it's a one key press => win level). I see it as good help for newbies so that they understand what to do.

Append:

One more thing. This entry has been very fun indeed! Is there only one 4k competition per year? It would be nice if there were two so that I could submit something to the next one? (I don't think my free time will be enough to make another entry this year.)

My 4k 2006 Entry: Sokoban4k
Offline jbanes

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« Reply #91 - Posted 2006-01-31 15:07:51 »

One more thing. This entry has been very fun indeed! Is there only one 4k competition per year? It would be nice if there were two so that I could submit something to the next one? (I don't think my free time will be enough to make another entry this year.)

There's one competition per year. I wouldn't worry about making it semi-annual. The next one will roll around before you know it. Keep in mind that the competition runs for 1/4th of the year. (3 months) You'll need the other 9 months to plan your strategy on how to attack the next competition. Smiley

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Offline DonaldEKnuth

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« Reply #92 - Posted 2006-01-31 15:11:31 »

I'll take your word for it. Is it still all right to post 4k related things here in the competition forum after the competition is over? Or should one post in the other normal forums instead?

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Offline woogley
« Reply #93 - Posted 2006-01-31 16:25:19 »

I mean you can do what but if you're looking for someone to review a (future) 4K entry then they probably won't be looking at this forum after the contest is over, you might do better over in the showcase forum.

speaking of showcase you're always allowed to submit a game to java unlimited as "showcase only" so you can go ahead and get a download count started

also I agree with jbanes, if we made the 4K semi-annual then it actually wouldn't be as much fun because it would almost be a regular forum day-by-day thing.
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