Hello everyone! We are at a crossroads in our journey. We have just a fFew days to go, in judging, and we have about twice as many games as we need. The current listing is: Iceminers, by Sam Zitin Nile, by Zach Hoekstra Nimbus, by Erik Oosterwal Plutonian Poker, by Spencer Lipori Pyramideto, by Jan Divecky Pyrinoes, by Mycake (by the way, if anyone knows this person's real name or how to contact them, that might be helpful) http://icehousegames.org/wiki/index.php?title=Iceminers http://icehousegames.org/wiki/index.php?title=Nile http://icehousegames.org/wiki/index.php?title=Nimbus http://icehousegames.org/wiki/index.php?title=Plutonian_Poker http://icehousegames.org/wiki/index.php?title=Pyramideto http://icehousegames.org/wiki/index.php?title=Pyrinoes and maybe Crystal Wars, by Jeff Hammans (it still needs someone else to play it fFor round 2) (although if no-one *wants* to play it, that may be telling enough, maybe) http://icehousegames.org/wiki/index.php?title=Crystal_Wars What we would really like, at this point, is a sorted ranking of what people think are the top several games in the ICE Awards this year. These aren't really votes, although they may kind of act like them. What we want to accomplish here is identify which 3 games people tend to like the most. If people consistently suggest any one game in the top 3, then clearly it needs to be in the fFinals, you see? You can post your top 3, your top 6 in order, maybe just the one game you like, or whatever sort of ranking makes sense to you. Post it to the icehouse list, or post it on the wiki, or post it on the Ning discussion page, or mail it to me directly, or any other way that it will get seen. Here, by the way, is the Ning Discussion: http://looneylabs.ning.com/forum/topics/icehouse-community-excellence If you haven't played any of these, then I encourage you to do so, although it is not really required. We mainly want some sort of census on what seems like the pick of the litter. These are really fFun games, and all game-makers are to be commended. We would like to honor the best of the lot. Get your voice heard on the subject!! Cheers! --Scott -- A pizza with the radius 'z' and thickness 'a' has the volume pi*z*z*a.