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Author Topic: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan (Winner Announced)  (Read 1982 times)

w00t I won! Sorry for the delay, I didn't notice :-[

Okie here is the next one:



You have to make a fun story (it doesn't have to be funny as long as it makes sense and it's interesting) by adding caption to it.

Have fun!
« Last Edit: 17 Jan 2005, 20:37 by Guybrush Peepwood »

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Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan
« Reply #1 on: 09 Jan 2005, 20:47 »
Who agrees with me that this is the best selection of images ever chosen for a caption contest?





« Last Edit: 13 Jan 2005, 16:17 by Eggie »

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Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan
« Reply #2 on: 10 Jan 2005, 14:29 »
You know what they say... no... wait... you don't. What a shame.

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Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan
« Reply #3 on: 10 Jan 2005, 22:12 »
aka Nur-ab-sal

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Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan
« Reply #4 on: 13 Jan 2005, 12:09 »
Nice entries so far... The deadline is approaching but we only have 3 entries, any more?

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Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan
« Reply #5 on: 13 Jan 2005, 17:22 »

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Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan
« Reply #6 on: 14 Jan 2005, 06:59 »
Whoa! Polish Kid?
You know what they say... no... wait... you don't. What a shame.

Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan
« Reply #7 on: 16 Jan 2005, 15:54 »
I thought the pictures were good enough to inspire lots of entries. I just got four :(. Oh well, any last minute entries? It's 16th, but I'm gonna give the results tomorrow afternoon.

Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan
« Reply #8 on: 17 Jan 2005, 18:40 »
Okie, after some sort of consideration, I managed to pick out the winner. Eggie's is the funniest, but it doesn't really make sense (I could be just stupid). The one that made most sense is JudgeDeadd.
So, JudgeDeadd wins! :=

Congratulations. You get the priviledge of starting the next caption contest ;D

Spoiler: ShowHide
Now gimme the money, or the deal is off and I get to pick another winner
« Last Edit: 17 Jan 2005, 20:39 by Guybrush Peepwood »

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Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan (Winner Announced)
« Reply #9 on: 18 Jan 2005, 11:07 »
May I say that I see this competition (not the one this week, all of it in general) pretty... unrelated with adventure games? (wow, what a polite way to say I think it's crap!)

Puzzle activities are related with adventure games... Backgrounds blits and sprite jams are too... Even Photoshop Phday helps to improve your artistic abbilities and compose images that could work as bg's.... But this? If we're going to set a competition for dialogs, IMO, let's do it propperly, ans let's set the situation, the characters involved, maximum lines allowed...

But this unlinked pics look pretty silly for me since the very beginning of the activity.

Hope nobody feels annoyed...
Are you guys ready? Let' s roll!

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Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan (Winner Announced)
« Reply #10 on: 18 Jan 2005, 14:12 »
hurray! That's the first contest I won here!
Prepare for next contest
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Re: Cupshine Costent 9 Jan - 16 Jan (Winner Announced)
« Reply #11 on: 19 Jan 2005, 01:09 »
May I say that I see this competition (not the one this week, all of it in general) pretty... unrelated with adventure games? (wow, what a polite way to say I think it's crap!)

Puzzle activities are related with adventure games... Backgrounds blits and sprite jams are too... Even Photoshop Phday helps to improve your artistic abbilities and compose images that could work as bg's.... But this? If we're going to set a competition for dialogs, IMO, let's do it propperly, ans let's set the situation, the characters involved, maximum lines allowed...

But this unlinked pics look pretty silly for me since the very beginning of the activity.

Hope nobody feels annoyed...

I don't understand, is it really necessary that a competition must be adventure games related?
Remember, the caption contests started from the hairy Greeks' strips which had no relation to adventure games.
I may have to agree that, as most contests now are just compositions of various photos found from the net (so people may be lazy, but some people can't draw), sometimes they could be dumb, sometimes they produced funny results, also once in every few contests there're originally drawn panels.

Also the ASCII arts and poem contests are not necessarily related to adventure games, to name some of the others.