The October blog contest is finished, it’s time for your vote. Again, you can’t vote for yourself, and you can only vote one time. Which posts was your favorite and why?
I vote for Gina because she incorporated video elements of her board game with her video review.
I made a wiki page with links to every October post. It might be useful for navigation:
I vote for Manny’s review of “The Great North American Bird Watching Game.”
His conversational writing style made this post a pleasure to read!
I’m voting for Matthew Chong’s Ungame post for bringing some valuable criticisms to the table, particularly from the game’s creator.
I have to say Ginay (is it Gina with a Y?) and the Nightmare game. What a concept. A video inside a video. And the laugh…Most creative review. And thanks for the wiki, Jess. Made it quite painless to view them.
I’m looking forward to this event and plan on voting.I hope that many local visitors on this site also can vote for their favourite post. I will vote for yahoo. I like its blog. It brings nice concept always.
I think Lana’s post on The Thieves of Baghdad deserves special recognition. Her writing provides insight into the game and is enjoyable to read.
I vote for Lana Dabboussy. I really like her description of the game, The Thieves of Baghdad. She made it so interesting that now I want to play it. Good job, Lana!
I vote for Holly’s video review of Tara … the Celtic knot game … wonderful demo!
Gina y’s VBlog was very entertaining. I vote for her.
I vote for jkohler’s blog post because it’s short, simple, straight to the point, but provides a lot of information as well as personal touch.
Thanks John and Maria. I’m moved to be nominated and prepared a speech just in case more people decided to vote for me
I’m voting for whoever wrote about Pictionary(mtchau?). I loved the personalized touch.
This was a tough decision as there are so many good write ups. I am voting for Denise’s “Speed Scrabble” because I found her information so useful. I have already tried this with my students, especially the ESL. The students also experimented with making up their own rules. The Wiki link was also very helpful.
I loved Gina’s blog post, about the Nightmare game. It was very fun to watch and her creativity definitely merits a win!
I vote for Holly’s video review of Tara
My vote for October is for Ginay…Begin Your Nightmare, Maggot! [Insert Evil Laugh Here]…I thought the video presentation was awesome, and the fact that it was centered around Halloween was very cool. I was a little scared every time the gate keeper was shown!
I vote for Grace Reyes’ post on “Enchanted Forest.” Great description of the game from a dedicated fan of the game who knows it well.
I vote for Deborah’s review of Teen Time which was a truly horrible game.
I vote for John Miller’s post on Agricola.. an effective, well-balanced descriptive analysis.
My vote goes to Bartoz Roman for his review of Saikoro, a great strategy game with simple mechanics and a brilliant way to encourage each player to adjust their strategy for each new game.
got to go with Gina
I vote for Lana Dabboussy on “Thieves of Baghdad”:)
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I vote for Lana’s, “Thieves of Baghdad”. Good job!
I vote for Holly’s video. I thought it was very professional, yet engaging. Side note: Shout out to Jess for putting together that wiki page with all the links–that was WAY easier than scrolling through everything.
My vote goes to Ginay and the Nightmare game. Ginay, you have inspired me to use less text and more video/audio on assignments and blogs! You are brilliant! Thank you
I vote for Holly Peters, nice video!!
I am voting for Manny Oliverez’s post about a game for Bird Watchers. He selected a unique audience and provided a great breakdown of the objectives and game play.
I’ll go with Lana. I admire how she incorporated examining the lenses of the game into her review, relevant and well stated.
I thoroughly enjoyed Gina’s and Holly’s video injects! But my vote is for Lana Dabboussy and her delightful description of The Thieves of Baghdad. Her post was engaging, informative and the game sounds like fun to play!
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