MRC Oneliner Challenge - Results

by snout on 20-01-2006, 13:50
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges
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And there they are, finally: the results to the MRC Oneliner Challenge. Started on August 24, no less than 36 brand new Oneliners were developed in MSX-BASIC within 5 weeks. It took us a lot longer to judge the entries, but finally the members of the MRC team decided these should be the winners:

  1. Drive by Germán Gómez Herrera
  2. Fire Art by Germán Gómez Herrera
  3. Break by Germán Gómez Herrera
  4. Fireplace by Lord Zett
  5. GiriGiri by KdL
  6. Rakkasan by Eli-Jean R. Leyssens
  7. Fire X by Germán Gómez Herrera
  8. MSX4EVER by Sonic_aka_T
  9. Smiley Talk by Wolf_ and Sonic_aka_T
  10. Racer by David Heremans
  11. Thin Dizzy by Nyyrikki
  12. Pixel by Germán Gómez Herrera
  13. Robotic Brainfuck Generator by Wolf_
  14. Snake by David Heremans
  15. Enter the Matrix by Sonic_aka_T
  16. PSG by Germán Gómez Herrera
  17. Pickup by Germán Gómez Herrera
  18. Seahorn by Marinke Snijders
  19. Time4MSX by Eli-Jean R. Leyssens
  20. Letter by Germán Gómez Herrera
  21. 22 years ago A. Koene would have been proud of this by Jonemaan
  22. Catch Key by HUR
  23. TXTPROC by Germán Gómez Herrera
  24. Bike by Germán Gómez Herrera
  25. Typin' Safari by Francesco Maida
  26. Liquid by Germán Gómez Herrera
  27. Calc by Germán Gómez Herrera
  28. Shot by Germán Gómez Herrera
  29. Simple Pong by KdL
  30. C-SMILE by Lord Zett
  31. Scroll by Germán Gómez Herrera
  32. EditSpr by Germán Gómez Herrera
  33. Charedit by Germán Gómez Herrera
  34. Quit by Germán Gómez Herrera
  35. Grid by Yukio
  36. Naalala Ka by Rowen Remis Iral

This means that the first prize, an MSX pen and an additional T-Shirt goes to Germán Gómez Herrera, who has coincidentally also sent in the most entries by far. We would like to thank everybody who joined the challenge for their activity and enthusiasm and hope you will join in future MRC Challenges as well. As an added bonus, we now have put up a Oneliner Challenge compilation disk which contains all entries to the challenge and a simple yet effective menu to easily start all entries.

Relevant link: Oneliner Challenge compilation disk

Comments (1)

By kanima

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21-01-2006, 07:00

Congrats to Germán and many thanks to the MRC team for judging the entries; it must not have been easy to judge 36 entries!

Seeing as I really don't have much time nowadays for any bigger projects I really do like competitions like this "Oneliner Challenge" and I do hope there'll be another one (or similar, maybe a 256 byte .bin compo or something like that?) this year as well Smile