Thanks for the insight into your approaches.
Judging was definitely enjoyable. It's nice to be motivated to take the time to play and analyze these games more than I may have gotten around to otherwise.
Ćukasz and I assessed separately and then planned to submit the average of our scores. I was caught a bit off guard by being restricted to whole number scores. At first, I'd just planned to round up any category entry that fell between whole numbers. But then I realized some games were getting total score boosts of 1.5 points or more (as they had multiple categories being rounded up). So, then we decided to round each (non whole number) category up or down to ensure that no game received more than a half point advantage from rounding.
As for my half of our judging, I assessed each game independently of each other, using the attached sheet which broke down most categories into smaller subcategories and a scale for each.
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NesDevMTeeScorecard.pdf [23.08 KiB]
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Anyway, I printed these and penciled them in fairly messily during my last play session, but if anyone wants my individual assessment of their entry, I'll gladly type up a legible copy with notes when I get a chance and shoot it your way.