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Welcome to the 2015 Mint Tin Design Contest. All contest information and entries will be posted in this thread. This is a friendly contest so please have fun and help other designers with their games.

The results are in!

Best Overall Design
d10-1 Giant Space Bugs - 24 points
d10-2 Galva - 20 points (100 bag)
d10-3 Mint Works - 17 points (60 bag)
d10-4 Minimum Burn - 14 points (40 bag)
d10-5 Tiny Tin Titan - 10 points
d10-6 The Great MicroGame - 7 points
d10-7 Kill or Be Killed - 6 points
d10-8 TIE Avalanche - 5 points
d10-8 TIE Iron Infantry - 5 points
d10-8 TIE Scavenge - 5 points
d10-9 Primordial Dungeon - 4 points
d10-1d10-0 The Briefcase - 2 points
d10-1d10-1 Breakfast Bonanza - 1 point

Most Creative
d10-1 Folded - 22 points (100 bag)
d10-2 Tiny Tin Titan - 16 points (60 bag)
d10-3 The Briefcase - 10 points (40 bag)
d10-4 TIE Galva - 8 points
d10-4 TIE Giant Space Bugs - 8 points
d10-5 TIE Minimum Burn - 7 points
d10-5 TIE Plundering Pluto - 7 points
d10-5 TIE Primordial Dungeon - 7 points
d10-5 TIE The Great MicroGame - 7 points
d10-6 Mint Works - 6 points
d10-7 TIE Cthultoids - 5 points
d10-7 TIE Kill or Be Killed - 5 points
d10-8 TIE Avalanche - 3 points
d10-8 TIE Thing With Sharp Teeth - 3 points
d10-9 TIE Bribes & Bounties - 2 points
d10-9 TIE Scavenge - 2 points
d10-1d10-0 TIE Breakfast Bonanza - 1 point
d10-1d10-0 TIE Allied Bomber Run - 1 point

Best Theme
d10-1 Giant Space Bugs - 29 points
d10-2 Kill or Be Killed - 11 points (100 bag)
d10-3 The Great MicroGame - 10 points (60 bag)
d10-4 TIE Galva - 8 points (15 bag)
d10-4 TIE Mint Works - 8 points (15 bag)
d10-4 TIE Plundering Pluto - 8 points (15 bag)
d10-5 TIE Folded - 7 points
d10-5 TIE Tiny Tin Titan - 7 points
d10-6 TIE Bribes & Bounties - 5 points
d10-6 TIE Cthultoids - 5 points
d10-6 TIE Minimum Burn - 5 points
d10-7 TIE The Briefcase - 4 points
d10-7 TIE Avalanche - 4 points
d10-8 TIE Allied Bomber Run - 3 points
d10-8 TIE Iron Infantry - 3 points
d10-9 Primordial Dungeon - 2 points
d10-1d10-0 Scavenge - 1 point

Best Artwork & Design
d10-1 Giant Space Bugs - 32 points
d10-2 Tiny Tin Titan - 23 points (100 bag)
d10-3 Mint Works - 21 points (60 bag)
d10-4 The Great MicroGame - 12 points (40 bag)
d10-5 Primordial Dungeon - 5 points
d10-6 TIE Iron Infantry - 4 points
d10-6 TIE Kill or Be Killed - 4 points
d10-6 TIE Plundering Pluto - 4 points
d10-6 TIE Scavenge - 4 points
d10-7 TIE Cthultoids - 3 points
d10-7 TIE Galva - 3 points
d10-8 TIE Allied Bomber Run - 2 points
d10-8 TIE Avalanche - 2 points
d10-9 Bribes & Bounties - 1 point

Best Written Rules
d10-1 Galva - 24 points (100 bag)
d10-2 Mint Works - 19 points (60 bag)
d10-3 Giant Space Bugs - 18 points
d10-4 Tiny Tin Titan - 10 points (40 bag)
d10-5 TIE Iron Infantry - 9 points
d10-5 TIE Minimum Burn - 9 points
d10-6 The Great MicroGame - 6 points
d10-7 Kill or Be Killed - 5 points
d10-8 TIE Primordial Dungeon - 4 points
d10-8 TIE Scavenge - 4 points
d10-9 TIE The Briefcase - 2 points
d10-9 TIE Plundering Pluto - 2 points
d10-1d10-0 TIE Breakfast Bonanza - 1 point
d10-1d10-0 TIE Folded - 1 point

Guest Judge: Chris Hansen - Top 3 Designs
d10-1 The Great MicroGame - 100 bag
d10-2 Mint Works - 60 bag
d10-3 Iron Infantry - 40 bag

GeekGold Payouts
Mint Works - 255 bag
Galva - 215 bag
Tiny Tin Titan - 200 bag
The Great MicroGame - 200 bag
Folded - 100 bag
Kill or Be Killed - 100 bag
Minimum Burn - 40 bag
The Briefcase - 40 bag
Iron Infantry - 40 bag
Plundering Pluto - 15 bag
Total Payout: 1205 bag

Rules

1. There are no restrictions on theme, mechanics, components, or artwork.
2. Copyright rules should be respected.
3. Entries must have reasonable proof that they will fit into a mint tin.
4. The tin may also be used as part of the design.

Here is an example of a mint tin game.

Mint tin dimensions:

Top lid outer (not lip): 2.36" (59.9mm) x 3.75"(95mm)
Tin bottom: 2.3" (58.75mm) x 3.7"(93.9mm)
Inner: 2.24" (56.9mm) x 3.6"(91.5mm)
Height bottom section: 0.83" (21.28mm)
Height top section: "0.36 (9.26mm)
Corner radius .55" (14mm)

Additional Rules

1. Team design work is allowed for this contest.
2. Designers may submit more than one game to the contest.
3. Games must be available as free PNPs during the contest.

Recommendation

Please try to contribute to at least 3 other designs by the time of the submission deadline. Examples of contribution include: playtesting other games, reviewing rulebooks, providing detailed feedback and feedback on graphical design and layout. If you have the time, please feel free to contribute to more than 3. Providing good feedback is an important aspect of this contest and helps other designers.

Submission Guidelines

1. Create a Work-in-Progress or WIP thread here.

By the submission deadline, please include the following in the first post of your WIP thread:

Game Name
Designer
Overview
Suggested Play Time
Components
Picture(s) - Proof of Concept
Files (Rules & Components)


2. Create a new Item in the Contest Geeklist.

3. Post, in this thread and in the Contest Geeklist, a link to your WIP thread.

Deadlines

Official Start Date: July 1, 2015
Submission Deadline: October 31, 2015
Voting Deadline: November 30, 2015

Voting

All registered BGG members are encouraged to vote. 1st place votes receive 3 points, 2nd place votes receive 2 points, and 3rd place votes receive 1 point. All Geek Gold tipped to this post will be applied to the prize pool.

Contest Entries

1. Minimum Burn by Peter Drake
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Minimum Burn is a tactical space combat simulation game. Each player controls one or more starships, which maneuver along a one-dimensional line and shoot at each other. The exact victory conditions depend on the scenario. Ship design, Newtonian movement, and more!

2. Mint Works by Justin Blaske
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In mint works you are a player set on proving your mint production dominance. You take turns placing your mints, worker placement style, to earn new mints by buying blueprints and building new buildings to further your cause. The player that earns the most points wins!

3. Folded by Chadwick Russell
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Folded is an abstract origami game for two players, with a 3 and 4 player expansion included. The game includes about 50 small square tiles. Players may use cubes for markers instead of the marker tiles provided if they wish. All ages can enjoy the vivid colors and folding mechanic!

4. Thing With Sharp Teeth by Eric Francis
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Fast-playing party card game for up to 10 people. The players are trying to get away from a Thing With Sharp Teeth. They think it's behind them, but it may actually be in front of them. The goal is to be the last person standing. Play continues until there's just one person left.

5. Giant Space Bugs by R4D6
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GAB is a solo or cooperative game for 1-4 players. Your squad of soldiers must work together to defend the space outpost against an invasion of giant space bugs until reinforcements can arrive. You must last through multiple waves of enemy attacks, while managing your supplies and making decisions as a team, in order to survive. If your base is overrun by space bugs or destroyed, you lose the game.

6. Plundering Pluto by Chadwick Russell
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Plundering Pluto is a two player dice/deduction/dexterity game using dice to represent player pirate ships. The first player to destroy the three sections of their opponent’s ship with their cannon fire is the winner.

7. Tiny Tin Titan by Jessey Wright
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Tiny Tin Titan is a 2 player asymmetric simultaneous action deduction game. One player will play as the Tin Titan, and the other as the intrepid Adventurer scaling the Titan and trying to destroy it by striking its weak points. Each round the Adventurer and Titan secretly select actions. The Titan's actions only take effect if the Titan accurately predicts what the Adventurer tried to do. The Adventurer wins if they can smash 2 of the Titan's 3 weak points. The Titan wins if they deal 3 Damage to the Adventurer, or if they can reach Full Power.

8. Cthultoids (The Mint Tin of Cthulhu) by Judgement Dave
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Race against other cultists to make sure that the stars are right to bring forth Great Cthulhu. It's a card and dice game, featuring 126 cards and 6 dice - with a mix of randomness and planning. A sort of Cthulhoid cross of Yahtzee and Beetle Drive with added card-based options.

9. Galva by Kevin Adams
Entry Thread
Two generator plants are fighting for control of the city's power grid. Players reveal, rotate, move, and connect path panels to create a route from their generators to the opponent's to eliminate each others generators.

10. Kill or Be Killed by Joshua Estill
Entry Thread
There are two players, one is a hunter and the other is a beast lurking in the dark. The goal of the game is for one of the players to kill the other. The hunter is confined to the light given off by the fire, while the beast is confined to the darkness that surrounds it. The Hunter will rarely know the beast's location, as it is almost always hidden in the dark.

11. Avalanche by Caleb Sams
Entry Thread
Several brave climbers have boasted that they are the best mountain climbers, so in order to determine who is truly the best, they will climb a dangerous mountain that is known for its frequent avalanches to see who gets to the top first!

12. Scavenge by Jason Rodriguez-Hand
Entry Thread
Scavenge is a 4 player game in which you are stranded on an island after a crash. Manage your resources and explore the island. The first player to build a boat and escape the island wins.

13. Iron Infantry by Scott A
Entry Thread
1 versus 1 tactical combat game played on an 8x8 board. Each side has 6 military units, a Fortress to defend, and a Cannon Turret to defend the Fortress.

14. The Briefcase by Jacob Schaub
Entry Thread
Briefcase is a game of getting rich or exploding trying for 3 to 6 players. During the game, players will offer deals to other players using an "I split, you choose" mechanic. However, they must be careful because their opponents may be trying to trick them into having to deal with a dead body, or worse, a bomb!

15. The Great microGame by Gary Boyd
Entry Thread
Throughout the 19th century The Russian Empire and the United Kingdom engaged in a series of strategic conflicts in Central Asia known collectively as The Great Game. Players take on the role of one of these two European powers. The player who gains the most influence in the region wins The Great micro Game.

16. Allied Bomber Run by Scott A
Entry Thread
1 versus 1 or solitaire combat game played on an 3x8 board. Each side selects 3 military units: Allies will select at least 1 bomber squadron (B-17 or B-24), and one or more P-47 escort squadron. Axis can choose anti-aircraft guns and interceptor squadrons (ME-109 or FW-190)

17. Primordial Dungeon by Felix Bernat
Entry Thread
Primordial Dungeon is a game for 3-4 players in which players build a dungeon with cards until reaching the exit. The Duelo Primigenio Deck is composed of 90 cards: 6 colors, 3 suits (Rock, paper, scissors) and numbers 1-5. The main feature of the cards is that the reverse shows the color of the front.

18. Bribes and Bounties by Nyles Breecher
Entry Thread
The sun sets on another long day in Rizzuto city. Nobody said it would be easy, but you demand that this town be yours. Grow your crew, gain influence, and become the most respected mob boss around.

19. Breakfast Bonanza by Brian Hinshaw
Entry Thread
In Breakfast Bonanza players are waiters and waitresses in a diner collecting items off the griddle to make the breakfast specials and earn tips. But the chef's ever present cat likes to steal the meat and eggs right off the plates!

Withdrawn Entries

1. Boreal by Charles Ward
Entry Thread
Play all of your cards, or have the fewest remaining cards in hand, at the end of the game. Play cards from your hand that matching any of the card sides currently in play. The cards representing the Aurora Borealis, are played vertically next to each other, so that the sides match.

2. Mintball by Douglas Rees
Entry Thread
A lighthearted sports game for two players. Each player controls a team of 6 mintball players. The speed of handball, the team dynamics of soccer or rugby, and the 'you can just tackle whoever you want' of American football. Simple, fast, and strategic.


Categories and Prizes (1,000 bag)

All GeekGold tipped to this post will be added to the Prize Pool.

Best Overall Design
1. 100 GG
2. 60 GG
3. 40 GG

Most Creative
1. 100 GG
2. 60 GG
3. 40 GG

Best Theme
1. 100 GG
2. 60 GG
3. 40 GG

Best Artwork & Design
1. 100 GG
2. 60 GG
3. 40 GG

Best Written Rules
1. 100 GG
2. 60 GG
3. 40 GG
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Looks good except for this part.

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By the time of the entry deadline, all entrants must have contributed significantly to at least 3 other designs. Examples of significant contribution include: playtesting other games, reviewing rulebooks, providing detailed feedback (not just "looks good" but substantial contributions to the discussion,) and feedback on graphical design and layout.


That may or may not cause some trouble or deter some from participating. Not a problem to me if I decide to participate. But feels like forcing people to critique just to join.

And then we have the problem of Joe comments on how the design needs better alignment and now Bob cant mention that the game needs better alignment. Or participants making up stuff just to fill a "quota".

Just an observation.

Oh yeah. and this counts as my first contribution! nya-nya-nya! ninja
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Okay, I'm in:

Minimum Burn

The files there are now CONTEST READY.
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Count me in as well!

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I will give this a try. Love pocket gaming!
folded (2015 mint tin contest) contest ready
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Thanks to everyone who has joined so far! Off to a great start here.

John, you make a great observation. This rule was first discussed during the 2014 2 Player PNP Contest and has since been used in the 2014 Dexterity Design Contest.

While every participant might not have enough time to print and play all of the designs entered into this contest, I hope they can find the time to offer meaningful feedback to a few other designers.

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It's also suggestive of the fact that playing others games and going through the effort of giving them feedback and discussing their mechanics in turn improves your own ability to design, refine and critique your own mechanics. So we shouldn't be surprised to find the best designers are also, often, those who also spend a lot of time helping others with their designs.


I hope to see you participate!
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I'm in! I'm going to try and fit a Thing With Sharp Teeth in that tin.

https://boardgamegeek.com/article/19763609#19763609
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I'm having a problem getting my thread added to the Geeklist. After I type in the name of my game and the info then hit send, it tells me it can't find the file (or something like that). Anyone who can give me some help? Thanks!
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squirrelhenge wrote:
I'm having a problem getting my thread added to the Geeklist. After I type in the name of my game and the info then hit send, it tells me it can't find the file (or something like that). Anyone who can give me some help? Thanks!


Make sure you're choosing to add a Thread not a Game.
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jblaske wrote:
squirrelhenge wrote:
I'm having a problem getting my thread added to the Geeklist. After I type in the name of my game and the info then hit send, it tells me it can't find the file (or something like that). Anyone who can give me some help? Thanks!


Make sure you're choosing to add a Thread not a Game.


Thanks Justin. Eric, the ThreadID in your case would be 1400434. You can see this information in the URL.

You could also add a Game. The game would be "Unpublished Prototype".

Completed games can be added to the BGG Database (see BGG Guide to Game Submissions) and then they can be added to Geeklists. Games are not required to be entered into the database to be eligible for this contest.
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Looks like an awesome contest! Wish I had time to make something up for this!
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Much thanks!
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Looks like an awesome contest! Wish I had time to make something up for this!


Thanks for the kind words Jon! Big fan of Dead of Winter and I'm looking forward to playing Vault Wars and your other new designs.
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I was just going to watch this contest, but then an idea popped into my head while walking the dog and it seemed okay.

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I was just going to watch this contest, but then an idea popped into my head while walking the dog and it seemed okay.

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Thanks for joining us!

Don't forget to add your design to the contest geeklist before the submission deadline. Let me know if you need help doing so. Good luck to you!
 
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I'm in as well! First time I've attempted a solitaire game.

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and I did a playtest of Minimum Burn. If anyone wants in on the next one, reply to this.
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It was fun! Thanks for the opportunity Peter. If I find some more free time, I would love to do it again.

On another note, I've been trying to figure out the best size cards and tiles to use for this contest. Here is a helpful guide I found from the The Game Crafter.



It looks like the business, mini, and micro cards would fit. Bridge cards might be a little tight. I think they offer small tiles and other components that might work too.
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I feel the need to move a design for the dexterity contest to this challenge. The end of the month is not enough time to make it a valuable game in my opinion, and this contest allows multiple entries according to the guidelines. Artwork, rules, and play testing is still WIP. Not to mention I will be away most of the month.

Folded will stay as the idea is to complete it and the new entry by the October deadline. I hope others here have no objection to this, if so, just let me know. I am an easy going guy and am designing to enjoy it with others.

Here is the entry WIP: Plundering Pluto: Pod (2015 mint tin contest)
Thank you for your time everyone. This wasn't an easy decision but I hope it brings some fun to others here as the entries shared so far have done.
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The requirement to contribute feedback to at least 3 other designs has now been changed to a recommendation.

Thanks to everyone who has participated so far. Hope to see more people join in.
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R4D6 wrote:
The requirement to contribute feedback to at least 3 other designs has now been changed to a recommendation.

Thanks to everyone who has participated so far. Hope to see more people join in.


That's actually a bit of a shame. I thought it was a good way to get designers working together to give their best and limit the pool to games that have been well honed. It also gives you a reasonable number of entries that people voting could actually play in a given amount of time. ]]

That being said, I might just have to pick up a mint tin.
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I agree 100% with what you are saying Gary. That was the intent of the requirement. The more the designers work together to come up with better designs, the better the outcome for everybody involved.

However, some people have raised concerns over the requirement. I didn't want the contest to end and then have to check and verify to make sure everyone adhered to the rule.

So far, there has been a lot of collaboration and a good amount of feedback has been provided to the designs entered into the contest. I hope everyone still uses this recommendation and continues to help others.

I also hope to see you enter as well!
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R4D6 wrote:
I agree 100% with what you are saying Gary. That was the intent of the requirement. The more the designers work together to come up with better designs, the better the outcome for everybody involved.

However, some people have raised concerns over the requirement. I didn't want the contest to end and then have to check and verify to make sure everyone adhered to the rule.

So far, there has been a lot of collaboration and a good amount of feedback has been provided to the designs entered into the contest. I hope everyone still uses this recommendation and continues to help others.

I also hope to see you enter as well!


Totally understandable.
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I had told myself I wouldn't participate in another contest until some other things settled down... but then I had a brilliant idea for Mint Tin Titan (non-trivially inspired by Attack on Titan and Shadow of the Colossus; more by Shadow since I've actually played it and only know of but haven't seen Attack on Titan).

I'm going to let the ideas simmer for a bit, and in the meantime poke into some threads and see what others have going on (and give some feedback!).
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It may be a daft question but: does anyone know of a brand/supplier of correct size mint tin that's easy (& cheap!) to get in the UK?

EDIT: Made it easier when I found out that the tin is the size of Altoid mint tin - after that ebay sorted me out.
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