MSXdev'15 final report and winners

MSXdev'15 final report and winners

by Konamito on 25-06-2016, 10:28
Topic: Development
Tags: MSXdev

Earlier this month we reported about the MSXdev'15 competition and the organisation's decision to conclude the contest without winners. Today brings good news for those who felt not completely satisfied with this turn of events, as a final jury report has been published after all and the winners of the competition have been awarded their prizes accordingly.

The winner is ThePetsMode's platform game BitLogic, which was recently released on cartridge with a novel and innovative transparent casing with multiple RGB LED indicators. The rest of the results can be found over here and it includes an extensive jury report well worth reading.

Relevant link: MSXdev'15 - Results and winners.

Comments (6)

By janghang

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25-06-2016, 11:32

Congrats, BitLogic! I think both Wing Warrior and Ninja Savor were also really amazing. I love all of the three games. I am sure it was really difficult for the referees to choose one of them as a winner.

By valkyre

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25-06-2016, 12:37

Well done to all organiser's and participants. I would love to see wing warrior getting a cartridge release.

By Imanok

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25-06-2016, 17:27

Congrats to all contestants and specially to the winners! Smile

By sd_snatcher

Prophet (3684)

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25-06-2016, 17:41

Yes! Now that's a proper conclusion for the most famous MSX development contest out there. Smile

Congratulations for the winners, for all the participants and for the MSXdev committee for having solved the jury the issues.

By snout

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27-06-2016, 00:02

Great news! Congratulations to ThePetsMode and all other participants!

By marcos.m.carvajal.1

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27-06-2016, 12:31

All the 3 games are amazing. Any one of them would deserve the prize.
My favorite one is Ninja Savior, but I think BitLogic is overall a better game and I believe it deserves the amazing phisical release it got, so congrats to the winner! I'm already saving for my copy.