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Christmas Carol vs. The World! Christmas Championship Extravaganza - 2013 With the closing of the year, the championship has ended; and once again it was a resounding success! We had a much higher turn out than last year, great participation throughout the month, and it seems everyone had a great and joyful time. The other judges and I have reviewed all entries, and it is now with great pleasure that I announce the official winners of the championship. You can see the full list of participants, the winners, and their achievements in the Official Carol vs. The World! Leaderboard page. Please visit the Prizes section of the Christmas Carol web site for more information on the awards. Grand Prize: Top Ranking Elf: Liduario (a.k.a LidLikesIntellivision) - 23,205 Liduario is not only the top ranking player in this year's competition, but he also roll-over the color-coded score display twice, plus he now holds the Christmas Carol High Score World Record! Top Rank Prize: Top Master Elf: Fushek - 10,863 Top Ranger Elf: Scalpel - 4,159 Top Helper Elf: ebelhaki - 2,433 Top Novice Elf: Felson42 - 1,209 Runners Up: Top Elite Master Elves: arquillos - 8,714 Jesus - 8,108 Oscar G. - 7,619 Top Elite Ranger Elves: grips03 - 4,047 mphokie - 4,026 SBAZ - 3,716 Karima K. - 3,206 JasonLikesINTV - 3,150 Top Elite Helper Elves: TrekMD - 2,283 1980gamer - 2,159 Yeliz K. - 2,059 Gorfy - 1,960 JacobZuz7zu7 - 1,808 Top Elite Novice Elves: Wilson T. Oyama - 1,180 voltron - 1,147 Loktar - 1,134 Nour K. - 1,044 intvsteve - 889 Along with the prizes, we've also awarded some extra-special virtual achievements to recognize some outstanding accomplishments this season: Overachiever Extraordinaire: The participant who earned the most achievements by far. Liduario (30 achievements in total) High Elf-Esteem: The participant with the most marked score improvement throughout the championship. Liduario (From 2,758 to 23,205 points) Workaholic Elf: The participant who played for the most consecutive days. mphokie (14 consecutive days played) Prolific Elf: The participant who submitted the most individual entries. SBAZ (46 entries in total) Higher Elf-Esteem: The participant with the highest average score from his first entry to his last. arquillos (From 4,667 to 8,714 points in only 6 days) Head Of The Class: The participant who advanced through the most ranks throughout the championship. Oscar G. (5 ranks in all) Busy Bee: The participant who played for the most days throughout the championship. Fushek (21 days played) On behalf of Left Turn Only Productions and the Intellivision High Score Club, I would like to thank everyone who participated in the competition. I hope you all had as much fun and enjoyment as I did. Thank you not only for playing the Christmas Carol game, but also for sharing your progress, and for maintaining the spirit of community and camaraderie that we all cherish. It truly was another magical experience! See you all next year! Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
Hi people, just came accross some news on the MSX site, that pointed me to Retrospectiva 2012. It's a contest by the Argentina retro community. Of interest is the BASIC game writing contest for 8 bit computers. So why does this matters to us? Well the TI-99/4A is the only 16 bit home computer allowed to enter in the contest. Rumours say that the TI-99/4A was quite popular in Argentina. But I never had contact with Argentina TI-99'ers on Atariage nor in the Y! groups. Check here: http://www.msx.org/n...art-competition http://rsp.retrocomputacion.com/
Hello people! The winner of the Telegames Custom Box contest will be selected later today! There are 47 registered contestants, each of whom has been assigned a number between 1 and 47. The winning number will be picked in a short YouTube video, which will be posted later today, in this thread. The winner will be contacted by e-mail after the YouTube video has been posted.. Good luck to all participants!
I came across this site today https://gkanold.wixsite.com/homeputerium/kopie-von-basic-10liners-2019. I know we've done a similar contest in the past, but it allowed for DATA statements. It would be fun to launch a new contest for games programmed with only 10 lines of XB and nothing else and see what we can come up with. Any interest? We could submit them to the 2020 entries.