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Postby Cowboy » Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:34 pm

Ok...
Check out the new Score Sheet that Abbi has made. It's really a great help.

Thanks Abbi, for taking the time.. :bravo:


http://sites.google.com/site/scoringsystem/home/files
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Postby alsnpk » Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:41 pm

The latest version is the "Multiple-Game Scoring System.xls".
Released:
For competitions: Business As Usual; Oh, Human; Existence (intro); Motion
Shared names demo: "Guys, Guys"

Works in various stages of progress:
Y'know, things and stuff...
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Postby alsnpk » Fri Oct 09, 2009 12:12 am

And here's a "sample sheet" to let you know approximately what it'd look like if a game sheet is directly copied and pasted into the forum from one of the Excel scoring/review sheets.


Game Title = the sheet name
Author's Name

Reviewed by Abbi

SCORE: 73.54% (out of 100)

Did you finish the game? Why or why not?

No, because this is just a fake game and it didn't have a real ending.

WRITING: Score (out of 5 each) (Weight/Relevance)

Content; Style: 4.75 (Three-Quarters' Weight)
flow / quality / quantity

Technical Aspects: 2 (Quarter-Weight)
spelling / grammar

Writing, Overall: 4 (Relevant)

Do you have any comments about the writing (flow, quantity, style, technical aspects, etc...)?

The writing was interesting, though with quite a few grammar issues.


GAMEPLAY: Score (out of 5 each) (Weight/Relevance)

Puzzles: 4 (Half-Weight)
fair / interesting / etc.

Enjoyment Level: 4 (Half-Weight)
fun? gripping? etc.

Gameplay, Overall: 4 (Relevant)

Any comments about the gameplay (puzzles, enjoyment level, interest level, etc…)?

It was fun! I liked the fake game a lot. Next time, it should be a real one.


SETUP: Score (out of 5 each) (Weight/Relevance)

Completeness: 3 (Half-Weight)
descs / cmnds covered

Presentation: 3 (Half-Weight)
setup / style / graphics

Setup, Overall: 3 (Relevant)

Setup comments (descriptions, commands covered, presentation, etc…) or other comments?

For a fake game, it was okay.


OTHER: Score (out of 5 each) (Weight/Relevance)

Competition (If Applicable): 0 (No Weight)
kept rules / spirit of comp

Other, Overall: 0 (Not Applicable)

What did you most dislike about the game, and how could this be improved?

It was fake, and that made it rather difficult to play. It could be improved by being made into an actual game.

What did you like best about the game?

It was awesome.

Any other comments?

No.




Edited By alsnpk on 1255047249
Released:
For competitions: Business As Usual; Oh, Human; Existence (intro); Motion
Shared names demo: "Guys, Guys"

Works in various stages of progress:
Y'know, things and stuff...
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Postby alsnpk » Mon Oct 19, 2009 8:50 am

New version out... Found a couple things to fix.
Released:
For competitions: Business As Usual; Oh, Human; Existence (intro); Motion
Shared names demo: "Guys, Guys"

Works in various stages of progress:
Y'know, things and stuff...
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