When is the game actually judged?
Due to my travel agenda this month, so that I do not miss the deadline, I submitted my games early. In the meantime I am still tinkering with the games when I get a little time and would like the latest version to be reviewed. Esp. since I noticed that I accidentally committed one of the games with a compile error… I know??? but I could have sworn I compiled it before committing.
Good question! Since I’m still debugging and improving, I didn’t dare to submit any game to mbed.org yet.
Speaking of contest entry submission: on the rules page this is mentioned: [quote]The Participant must also complete an Entry Submission Form on www.OutrageousCircuits.com which includes links to game demonstrations and links to related game source code.[/quote] I found the form, but wonder how to publish the game source code. Is a private link okay or must the code be published as public? At this stage none of my code is final and it’s too messy to show it to others…
@ taylorza - March 3, 2015
@ maxint - Code gets posted to your mbed account and you provide us with a link to that code.
I know??? but I could have sworn I compiled it before committing.
None of us have ever done that… :-[
Well… Not on purpose…
Is it ok to open games for general public before contest is over?
What is happening?!
Did we just brake mbed.org with all the RETRO competition submissions?
(Site is down for me)
Aha, it worked! Now no one can beat me… :dance:
Naah… at the moment the website works just right … Maybe you submitted to much code?