For those who haven't seen yet, Lamecraft, Pro CFW, and some1's downgrader are our 3 "big" winners.
This means that these 3 entries will NOT get the audience prize. If you vote for them here (and, as I type this the 3 of them are in the top 4 of votes), it's a nice way to let them know you apreciate their work, but it might be better for you to change your vote to another entry that you think would now benefit from your vote
You have until July the 3rd to vote
This is it! 111 entries, a bunch of prizes, including this one, the one chosen by you, the /talk community.
I initially stated that the homebrew with the most votes would get the prize, but let me add a nuance to this: The homebrew with the most votes and that didn't already win one of the 3 big prizes in the genesis compo will get the audience prize.
In other words, if you guys choose Homebrew A, but Homebrew A already got one of the 3 "big" prizes, this 100$ prize will go to the second entry with the most votes, etc... (as a reminder, the total list of prizes can be found here: http://www.wololo.net/genesis/#prizes )
A description of each homebrew can be found here (follow the links to each homebrew!):
A package with all the homebrews from this competition can be downloaded here:
Smaller chunks, in 5 parts:
Feel free to mirror these archives!
I know 111 entries is a lot, but please refrain from voting if you haven't tested at least a dozen homebrews from this list! We're trying to be fair, as much as possible.
This vote will end when the official judges are be done with their own voting for the big prizes. We don't have a precise date for that yet, but it will be roughly at the end of June.
You can vote until July the 3rd (included)
Have fun, and good luck to all contestants!
- I randomized the order of entries in the poll to not give any kind of personal advantage.
- The name of the author, in the archives, is in most cases the username here on /talk. This is for judges to easily contact the winners afterwards, so don't get offended if that's not the name with which you submitted your entry
- When I had a choice, I used the unsigned version rather than the signed one, mostly because the creators (the majority of them) submitted the unsigned version first, while the signed version was often submitted by somebody else as a convenience
- contestants are (of course) allowed to vote for their own entry