Commodore 32 Contest

The Commodore 32 Contest was run in 2004 by Dave Bernazzani, who challenged authors to enter Z-Code games whose story files were no larger than 32K in size. (Note that there is no Commodore 32 machine that runs Z-Code; that was just part of the premise's backstory.)

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Organizer(s): Dave Bernazzani profile

Judge(s): Dave Bernazzani profile, Jason Dyer profile, Jimmy Maher profile, Dan Shiovitz profile, Mike Snyder, Sam Trenholme

Award date: December 15, 2004

Submission deadline: December 1, 2004

Games and Awards

1st Place: Endgame, by Samuel T. Denton
2nd Place: Turning Point, by Robert Street
3rd Place: Amusement Park, by Penczer Attila
4th Place: Downtown Train, by Owen Lockett
5th Place: Zombies!, by Chris Cenotti
6th Place: Paparazzi, by EV

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