The results are in!
But first, I really want to thank all the participants because all of you made this jam amazing!!! There were 59 entries plus a late one! And they're all so good!! So thank you to all the participants, thank you for making amazing tiny games and amazing tiny TVs, and also, thank you for spreading the word about the jam so more people could get in!
I also want to thank Zep for helping with the judging and the results and also putting a shortcut to the jam's thread at the top of the forum! Also Zep, thank you for Pico-8!!! :D
Without further-a-do, the results!
And the winning tiny-game-and-TV is...
Caves of Izrod by ilkke!
ilkke, I invite you to message me on Twitter or send a mail at [email protected] to give me the coordinates at which the glorious commemorative prize shall be received!
All of these 6 games are well worth your time and you should play them if you haven't already!
And if you still don't have enough with these six, all the other #tinyTVjam entries can still be found there and a lot of them are really lovely!!!
If you enjoyed this jam and would like me to make another one, you can also support me on Patreon to increase the chances of this happening in 2017!
Hosting this jam has been a pleasure! Thank you again to all of you participants and also to the onlookers who passed the word around!!!
Congrats ilkke! Also congrats to guerragames, JustBurner, kittenm4ster, frescogusto, and TheTomster - great games and great devs all around :D
Also would like to say amazing work TRASEVOL_DOG on providing us with a very cool jam and simple to use framework! I had a lot of fun and I hope everyone else did too!
I'd just like to echo what everyone else has said.
Congrats to @ilkke and the other finalists for their great entries - very well deserved!
Big thanks again to @TRASEVOL_DOG for running an excellent jam.
This was my first go at entering a coding jam and it was a lot of fun. :D
It was really fun to take part in and nice to have a small target to release something in! My own personal PICO-8 projects have suffered far too much from scope creep to release yet :P
And it was really cool to see what everyone else did with it too.
While rating all the entries I had a huge hunch that Caves of Izrod was about to end up in 1st... wasn't wrong. Well deserved prize! ;)
This was an unique and fun compo, had tons of fun in participating and looking at some creative entries.
Congrats to everyone that participated!
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