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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

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Small games, revisited

Published: Thursday 2003-10-30.

The results of the vote for this year’s minigame competition are in. As expected, my two games didn’t finish very high, but I have never called myself a game programmer...

A lot of credits to Robin Harbron for winning the 4K category (he also won the 2002 and 2001 competitions), and to Aleksi Eeben who got both first and second place in the 1K category.

I did at least manage not to take the last place, plus that since I was the only one to submit an entry for the C128, I did automatically win that category... ☺

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