- Sep 9, 2007
But if you check the reviews they are not worth the time. He could just have asked another mod to help him, instead he has created reviews that do not really help anyone.
Your spell is far to simple to be reviewed. It's just an object editor spell with some minor triggering.
Fate - ??
I followed the rules. Noone said there has to be a minum nummber of code lines.
You didnt review it ? Did you even click the "test"-button?
Spell Rules said:* Originality
Submissions should be at least somewhat unique, except in cases where they greatly improve on an existing spell in terms of performance, cleanliness (of code), visuals, or otherwise.
Submissions must be useful; extremely simple and uncreative work will not be accepted, and nor will cinematic spells or other spells which have no place in a game.
That's because he allowed GUI.I disagree on many points that Triggerhappy mentioned in the reviews, but I was really surprised not to see him flaming about "non-vJass". Coding experienced?
Sooo. who won o.o?
This.D4RK_G4ND4LF - 63/70
Deaod - 62/70
alpha 100 f - 61/70
Judging here: http://www.hiveworkshop.com/forums/pastebin.php?id=gqc1ix
NONE of this points was mentioned...TriggerHappy said:First off, INDENT YOUR CODE. Yes, I'm seriously going to mark you down for having no indentation.
You have no configurable functions so if I wanted to change some values I would have to go through the code and find what to change.
0.01 timer interval is a bit low.
Dynamic groups >_<
Coding 20 pts said:Is the spell efficient, . CHECK!
leakless and . . . . . . . CHECK!
MUI? . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK!
Coding 20 pts said:You have done all that is mentioned by me, thats why you get 7/20,
cu next time Equal
greets Coding 20 pts
HIDEN real Coding 20 pts said:indent code,
easy to understand and
easy to configurable and
not so low timer's and
dynamic groups only and
how about nice colors?
You get -points for not having the points, not +points for having them.NONE of this points was mentioned...
I followed all the "coding rules"
Only thing I can agree with here.That was not worth waiting all this time..
Oh, and another thing. I focused more on the actual spell than the coding when grading. I kept in mind that this is a spell contest where the idea was the focus point, not the coding. So don't get pissed if someone won because they used GUI or you lost even if your coding was better.
Coding 5/20 You don't recycle at all so once your spell is casted 8191 times, it wont work anymore. The worst part about this is that your spell could have been made completely in the object editor, it looks just like fireball with an arc.
People aren't willing to admit that it's their fault that they didn't win. Not that not winning is a travesty or anything, they just really wanted the beta key and are going to bitch and whine if they think it will give them the slightest chance of getting it. Back in the day I hosted T&S spell contests every few weeks with a negligible prize (10 rep), and there was essentially no complaining; everyone left happier than they came in. Prizes do things to people.Gratz to the winners!
Thanks for taking your time to review them, Trigger.
Though, this contest seems the most dramatic contest ever, and not due to the judge. =_='
PurplePoot said:People aren't willing to admit that it's their fault that they didn't win. Not that not winning is a travesty or anything, they just really wanted the beta key and are going to bitch and whine if they think it will give them the slightest chance of getting it. Back in the day I hosted T&S spell contests every few weeks with a negligible prize (10 rep), and there was essentially no complaining; everyone left happier than they came in. Prizes do things to people.