The People's choice for Hackathon came down to a photo finish. Winner, gets FDT Max. Runner-up, joins the rest of the participants and receive FDT Pure. (thx Bruno!)
Voting was done by using the game's MochiPop score (how often they are played over time). You can find any game's MochiPop by searching for the game via MochiGames.
When voting came to a close, we had 2 games tied in first at 59 MochiPop: New Continents & Earthquake.
I gave the contestants each 5 days to break the tie by pimping their games and encouraging people to play. At the end of the five days, both games improved their MochiPop, but one game more so than the other.
Our winner of Stanford's Hackathon Game Competition's People's Choice 2011 (haha, how long of a title can I make this??) is Earthquake!
Congrats to the winner and congrats to all the participants who will now receive a free copy of FDT Pure.
Thanks to everyone for participating, playing, judging, supporting, and just being Benevolent.
Ok, I promise, no more blog posts about this competition! ;)