Ann: Bytten Ernie Awards 2010

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  1. Mark Sheeky

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    It's the first week of our annual indie game awards, the Bytten Ernies. The full article is here:
    http://www.bytten.com/article.php?id=16&page=1

    Congratulations to the winners!

    Bytten has now been reviewing PC indie games each week for over seven years, and for the last four years Steve Blanch and Andrew Williams have written nearly every review. Many thanks to their dedication.

    Next week we'll announce Andrew's five choices for indie game glory.

    Mark Sheeky, Editor
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  2. tolik

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    Dude, could you learn anything over the years? Links to games/developers and bigger screenshots?
     
  3. Mark Sheeky

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    It's the second week, the remaining five award winners are now online!

    http://www.bytten.com/article.php?id=16&page=4

    Well done to everyone involved.

    Each review has a link to the game download and the developer's profile. With nearly 400 games, getting 4 screenshots per game will be time consuming but if you or anyone will do it then I'll put them on the site. Doing that for the back catalogue of reviews when we initially changed server a couple of years ago was the main obstacle to adding large screenshots, that and bandwidth/storage space. In no year has income from Bytten paid for it's hosting costs. All of those who contrubute to Bytten are volunteers.

    Mark Sheeky, Editor
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