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Does anybody know how long under judgment submissions remain "under judgement"? I would really like to know this.
At 8/27/05 10:08 PM, Newgrundling wrote: 100 votes - 1.0
150 votes - 1.25
200 votes - 1.60
if it has at least those scores after those many votes, it exists judgement, having passed. If it has lower than the score on the right at any of those 3 check-points, it gets blammed.
Ok, I see now, but how do you know when that submission has that many votes? Is that what "views" means?
Ð*xucuse me but I have sumbited a game that has 113 votes and rating of 1.61 and it is still under judgement.Know why?
At 8/27/05 10:16 PM, experience wrote: Ok, I see now, but how do you know when that submission has that many votes? Is that what "views" means?
No. "Views" is the amount of people who have watched your flash.
At 1/30/13 12:12 PM, eastereggy wrote: Ã*xucuse me but I have sumbited a game that has 113 votes and rating of 1.61 and it is still under judgement.Know why?
Because a submission needs 200 votes until it passes judgement. If the score is lower than 1.0 after 100 votes, it gets blammed, if it is below 1.25 after 150 votes, it gets blammed. If the score is below 1.60 after 200 votes, it gets blammed.
If none of this happens, the flash passes judgement. So basically, the criteria to pass judgement is:
200 votes and a score higher than 1.60.