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2005 Deduction Game Design Competition Winners Deduction

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Challengers
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Congratulations to René Wiersma, for Liar!
Congratulations to runner-up Scott DeMers, for Coup D'Etat.

Congratulations for the rest of the top five:

Erik Arneson wrote:
Rounding out the top five entries were Jewels in the Sand, designed by Stanley E. Anderson; Don-Cha, designed by Mike Petty; along with Depth Charge, designed by David E. Whitcher; and The Green Pipe, designed by Felix Lee, which tied for fifth place.

Good luck to all in the 2006 Competition!

Mitch

zaiga
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2005 Deduction Game Design Competition Winners Deduction

Thank you! :)

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Congrats Rene!! And nice work to the rest of the folks as well.

-Bryk

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Re: 2005 Deduction Game Design Competition Winners Deduction

Challengers wrote:
Congratulations to René Wiersma, for Liar!
Congratulations to runner-up Scott DeMers, for Coup D'Etat.

Congratulations for the rest of the top five:

Erik Arneson wrote:
Rounding out the top five entries were Jewels in the Sand, designed by Stanley E. Anderson; Don-Cha, designed by Mike Petty; along with Depth Charge, designed by David E. Whitcher; and The Green Pipe, designed by Felix Lee, which tied for fifth place.

Good luck to all in the 2006 Competition!

Mitch

Congrats to Zaiga and Dralius! Good work guys!
-Darke

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Congrats guys! So cool!

Rene, does that mean there will be an online version of the game?

-- Matthew

zaiga
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FastLearner wrote:
Congrats guys! So cool!
Rene, does that mean there will be an online version of the game?

Thanks. Yes, GameTableOnline.com will put it in their development queue. Shouldn't be too hard to program, I think ;)

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