If you think you've got what it takes to be 1 of 3 judges for the NGC? Then sign up here. For some Democracy and freedom of choice, I'll allow the members of DC to vote for three members to be judges for the NGC entries. Here's how it works...
The three members with the most votes will be the judges for the NGC entries. If one proves to be an unfair judge, like maybe say, scored an entry higher than the other entries because he liked the person who made it, or scored less because he didn't like the creator, will replaced with the member who had the 4th most votes, or so on.
Here are the ground rules you MUST follow.
BE FAIR - Opinions are welcome; over/under scoring is NOT.
Also, don't vote for yourself to be a judge.
BE HONEST - Don't just say, "I Love this game it's great!!!! I could play it all day! 10/10!!!!!!"
Give your opinion, constructive critisism, and point out flaws if need be.
BE SCHISMATIC - Don't step in on another judges opinion unless they break the rules. This also means don't change your mind about your scorings because of another judge's score. Keep it entirely to yourself.
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Sorry I haven't been on this topic too much, it doesn't seem to inform me when the thread was updated.
Wiiman: I think you'll do a fine job. Added you to the list.
Darkfish: Ok, added you to the list.
MBK: I don't think everybody HATES you, (Trust me, I feel that way.) it's just that some of your posts come off as or are negative, so just saying positive things just makes for a better member. Added you to the list.
Originally Posted by Wiiman I'll be judge...
But I'm not very reliable And I can be very forgetfull So don't lay to much work on me Plus sometimes the mood I'm in can effect my judgings against someone's game
Since there's only 3, maybe each judge should review all 3 of them? Then we could add the scores together. And do a total score for each. But if one judge forgets to judge one, we'll have to disregard all of his other judgings to make it fair.