As I see on the list there is a new Atari 8-bit entry: "Pipeliners micro" by Sleepy. Unfortunately, again no possibility to download a file
I guess that's because most of us want to surprise the assistants at the NOMAM event.
Anyway, you can try my next submission that currently is a work in progress, but almost ready:
Alpha vs Numeric: "The Front Line"
Alphabetics are in war against Numerics. Each army is sending their soldiers to the battles. As a mediator, you must call every soldier by their name and pick them out before the armies come in contact or one army come across the whole battlefield. Each soldier you pick from the field gives you a point. You can only call soldiers that are in the front of each row. If there are many soldiers with the same name as the first in a line, you'll earn extra points, but if you call someone that is not in in the front line, extra soldiers would be send to the field. You must pick 200 soldiers to declare a battle as draw, but new soldiers are sent more quickly as time runs, so you need to be fast enough. Every next battle will be faster and will begin with more soldiers in the field.
This game is a keyboard challenge, and will be an entry for the PUR-120 category. This is the listing:
The ALPHANUM-PREVIEW.ATR attachment includes DOS and TurboBASIC XL. Note that it starts very slow, but the speed constantly increases...
Comments? Please let me know if I miss something.