Judging is almost complete! If you entered our public domain game jam Gaming Like It’s 1923, or if you’ve been following along, get ready for the upcoming announcement of the winners in our six categories:
- Best Analog Games
- Best Digital Game
- Best adaptation of a 1923 work
- Best remixing of multiple sources
- Best “Deep Cut” (use of a work not listed on any of the round up articles)
- Best Visuals
If you haven’t had a chance to try out any of the games, go check out the submission page where you’ll find all 35 entries, with a mix of analog and digital games in a wide variety of genres and styles, all based on works that entered the public domain in 1923.
Our panel of judges has finished trying out the entries, and now we’re tallying up their scores and going through their reviews to determine the final winners, who’ll be receiving prizes including Techdirt swag and copies our our game, CIA: Collect It All. We’ll be announcing the results in the next week or two, so stay tuned for an announcement!
Thanks to everyone who entered the jam, everyone who’s tried out the entries, and of course our panel of judges!