The Life of a Jyo - And the Winner is...

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The Life of a Jyo - And the Winner is...

Postby Jyo on Sat Mar 13, 2010 2:10 am

Welcome to Jyo's First Competition


The Competition will have 6 Rounds
The levels will consist of brown levels (i.e. including ghost pieces, extenders, big build areas, etc.),
but more importantly, each level represents a significant event in my life, hence the title.
Here's my way of introducing myself - with a hint of FC of course :]


Rules:

    There is no scoring system, only voting; the competitors will be the judges
    For every round, everyone will PM me their solve
    Upon seeing each round's results, everyone will PM me to cast a vote for his favorite design (of course aside from his own)
    You can only vote if you submitted a solve for that round for yourself

    The person with the most votes will receive 2 points on the competition leaderboard
    The person whom I decide has the best design will receive 1 point on the leaderboard
    The competitor with the most points at the end of 6 Rounds wins!!

    Note: There is no form of elimination in this competition,
    which means that you don't HAVE to submit a design for every round.
    But doing so will definitely maximize your chances of winning.

Competitors:
Jyo*
0000FF_3.14
Irceus
chris4a4
Wafflekins
greggetc
Hero88go
rlbabits
IGLima
S.K.J
portgoose
skitters
sparkleflower

*Of course, I'm not actually a competitor. I'll just be sharing my designs along with everyone :]

Round 6 was also a tie because sparkle didn't vote!
Everyone receives 2 points
My favorite was Quadrapus by rlbabits
so he receives an additional 1 point

However,
this was not enough to put him in the lead;

the winner of The Life of a Jyo Competition is IGLima!! with a total of 10 points
Congrats Lima :]
Would you like me to make an avatar or something?
I'm not sure what else I can do for you lolz...

Check out the designs and round winners here
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby Kai Laddiman on Sat Mar 13, 2010 3:55 am

Awesome! I'll enter later.
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby rlbabits on Sat Mar 13, 2010 6:28 am

Woo! In :)
I say for sure you will get more than 6 entrants, probably more than 12.
However there will only be one winner ;)
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby Wafflekins on Sat Mar 13, 2010 7:34 am

So in if I can figure out those parellelevators.
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby zhyrek on Sat Mar 13, 2010 9:07 am

Wafflekins wrote:So in if I can figure out those parellelevators.

I would teach you, but i cant help another competitor ;)
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby Irceus on Sat Mar 13, 2010 9:41 am

when you put up the results for people to vote on, you should probably not put names, so people are voting for real.
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby chris4a4 on Sat Mar 13, 2010 11:33 am

I've noticed that I cannot make 'traditional' brown things, like parellelevators, but I just think of some odd idea... Anyway, fun level, submitted.
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby Hero88go on Sat Mar 13, 2010 11:35 am

Rl, I will personally give you :10bux: if you do not solve this level with a parallel mechanism :)
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby Wafflekins on Sat Mar 13, 2010 12:00 pm

parallel as in those boxes that are attached to each other or like the lukasran parellelevator?
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby chris4a4 on Sat Mar 13, 2010 12:13 pm

I solved it without anything parellel :D
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby greggetc on Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:18 pm

wait, para what now? :???:
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby rlbabits on Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:22 pm

Hero88go wrote:Rl, I will personally give you :10bux: if you do not solve this level with a parallel mechanism :)

Assuming your kidding, but I already solved it without a parallelogram before you posted this :) if you look at my solves to jac's comp they use none :P
may change my solve tho, the new solve may have one :lol:
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby joshuacool on Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:22 pm

Hero88go wrote:Rl, I will personally give you :10bux: if you do not solve this level with a parallel mechanism :)

Just use an extender, duh!
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby greggetc on Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:25 pm

Irceus wrote:when you put up the results for people to vote on, you should probably not put names, so people are voting for real.



I agree
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby rlbabits on Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:26 pm

greggetc wrote:
Irceus wrote:when you put up the results for people to vote on, you should probably not put names, so people are voting for real.



I agree


me three :)
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby Hero88go on Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:35 pm

If you do that, you'll have to resave all of the designs, as people will just look on FCR who it is saved by ;/
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby chris4a4 on Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:51 pm

It doesn't say if they don't pubish it. Even so, if you did resave the designs, I could just like look at Rl's newest designs..
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby greggetc on Sat Mar 13, 2010 3:12 pm

uhh yeah , I have no idea what you 2 are talking about.
but I,m sure you do so whatever works is cool with me. :cool:
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby Jyo on Sat Mar 13, 2010 3:46 pm

Irceus wrote:when you put up the results for people to vote on, you should probably not put names, so people are voting for real.


Definitely; that's the plan.
I'll put a title on each design (whatever I think is appropriate to describe the contraption)
and have each competitor PM me the name of the design
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Re: The Life of a Jyo - A Competition

Postby squrl on Sat Mar 13, 2010 5:29 pm

Can I still vote for people if I do not submit a solve?
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