There are 25 nice games to explore, so if you feel in a real adventurer mood you can take the risk and a dictionary and go there to discover that wonderful community.
I did something like this some days ago and I pressented there a French translation of “Gent Stickman Vs Evil Meat Hand” (Gent Stickman Vs la Méchante Main de Chair). It’s the nice trick of making things without too much text XD
In addition to @mathbrush post and @rovarsson post in this forum with reviews of this competition’s games I would like to share here with you a link to a french live video reviewer/player of the games, called MJ_Feldo in twitch:
I liked very much this format, as a way to play games communally with the audience, and this could encourage some people who didn’t think about it to vote because they may not have been able to play all the games.
Looking at your game (Gent Stickman Vs Evil Meat Hand [French Edition] in my case) beeing played that way, with many people throwing ideas trough live twitch chat has been a very nice experience.
Let’s see if someone likes this and addopt this format in the English-speaking Comps!
Thanks! That leaves a good amount of time to play at least another half-dozen.
The google docs voting system is actually why I asked. When voting directly on the itch-page of a game, you can just rate and forget. In the google form however, you have to re-enter all your ratings each time you want to add a new game.
Now I’m keeping score on a paper note next to my computer for all the games I’ve played up until now, but I needed to be sure when to send all the votes in one go. That way I don’t have to fill out the entire form each time.