I'll be posting a poll this week to vote on the multiplayer. It will be open to anyone for a week. I'll be doing the same on NA and will combine the results.M_Tee wrote:How are we assessing for the multiplayer award? Am I overlooking something in the spreadsheet?
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Gruniozerca 3 53.72 $512 Super Homebrew War 50.97 $256 We are Hejickle 49.32 $128 Tesla Vs Edison 44.76 (prize passed down) Espitene 44.53 $64 Critical Match 39.68 $32 Chicken of the Farm 39.48 Euchre 38.54 Squirrel Domino 36.88 Melo-Jellos 2 35.09 Split Second 34.90 Block Dude 31.74 Squish 24.00
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1 Super Homebrew War (Prize passed down) 2 Tesla Vs Edison $100 3 Squirrel Domino
As well as Tesla vs Edison. Both did a lot better than multiplayer did in the past.M_Tee wrote:Thank you. A lot of great games this year. I'm happy to see Super Homebrew War buck the "multiplayer games don't get any love" trend of past years as well.
Sorry I didn't set it up quite like that this year. If I showed details this year it would expose who the people who voted were. It was easier to pull the final calculated values from each individual sheet than the scores for each separate category.pubby wrote:Sweet, do you have the breakdown per-category? Like that spreadsheet from last year.
I could of course gather this information in a new spreadsheet, but it would require a ton of tedious copy and pasting. Which brings me to my next thought; I think we all agree that the voting was much easier than previous years. The downside is that it was much more labor intensive than I expected, and one little mistake can result in a ton of extra work (if the mistake has been copied to 17 different workbooks x 13 different sheets).
That being said, I'll be looking to automate this in the future (maybe with the help of sheets API). Then it should be pretty easy to see a breakdown of stats in future competitions.