Some scores were WAY too close. This was a evenly matched round! Expect it to be like this next round too... Same disclaimer, if you have a objection to a score, DC mail me and we'll work something out.
If you guys look at the first post in this thread, all the category scores add up to 85. So add 15 to your score to get your real numbers... I guess. Otherwise your score is out of /85 instead of /100.
ANYWAYS I've had about 16 cups of coffee and I've been driving all day so I will have the new stuff up tomorrow... night guys, thanks for your patience!
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Thanks for the scores Peblo. I can't believe I came so close to Don's score (4 points difference!) Thought I was gonna be way off. Also you can't really just add 15 points to make your "real" score, you just divide by 85 and multiply by 100 right? Either way it still looks like the average scores are quite low, despite the games improving in quality. Are you being more critical as time goes on, or was it just the particular theme / category that produced this set of scores?
Also another thing that strikes me as odd is the idea of continuing a game (which I'd like to do), but getting a new partner. The fact that you can continue a game almost discourages you from working with your partner, because whose game would you continue? If one is clearly better than the other, then if you decided to share the good game it would mean the other person would now have part ownership of a better game than they can make themselves, which they could then continue working on in subsequent rounds. Would you want your future opponent to have more than half of their work done for them, by you?