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    Question Have questions? Post them to us here!

    This thread is made if you have any questions or need clarification of the rules/theme or if you have to ask a judge something about his system to ensure that your entry will run on all our systems.

    If you don't know and you need a question answered, ask here. We will try to help you as best as we can.
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    Rules says
    All competitors must register to compete.
    That means PGD registration, doesn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ?ëu?±o Mart??nez View Post
    Rules says That means PGD registration, doesn't it?
    In this sense registration means the uploading of your information in your readme file.
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    Question: I'm curious, would programs written using Pascal that then run in a C64 emulator (provided of course) be considered a valid competition entry for this compo?

    cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul_nicholls View Post
    Question: I'm curious, would programs written using Pascal that then run in a C64 emulator (provided of course) be considered a valid competition entry for this compo?
    Everything must be included to run on a Win32 or Mac OS X system. You would need to include an emulator to run your game, but at that point so much is not your own work and it would be a needless step when you could just make a game that is native to Windows or Mac.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WILL View Post
    Everything must be included to run on a Win32 or Mac OS X system. You would need to include an emulator to run your game, but at that point so much is not your own work and it would be a needless step when you could just make a game that is native to Windows or Mac.
    Cool, no worries...I was just curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by WILL View Post
    In this sense registration means the uploading of your information in your readme file.
    1. So, do we have to do this before we start?
    2. What has to go in the registration readme file?
    3. Do we just upload it to the ftp site?


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    Quote Originally Posted by paul_nicholls View Post
    1. So, do we have to do this before we start?
    2. What has to go in the registration readme file?
    3. Do we just upload it to the ftp site?
    Sorry for the confusion. I have updated the rules under the term REGISTRATION.

    It now also reads...
    To register all you must do is include a simple readme file in your submission archive or installer. It should contain your name and contact information (email address) and a basic set of instructions on how to play your game. You can include any other information you deem fit with regards to your game as it will be visible to others who try your games after the competition as well.
    As long as this readme file is included with your submission at the end of the competition, you are fine. You can however post whatever project plan or design documents you like online in this forum as inspiration or a means of showing off your own creative process.
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    That clarifies the process. Much better.
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    Thanks Jason, that is definitely much clearer

    cheers,
    Paul

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