Statistics from XYZZY Awards
Revision as of 00:37, 15 February 2007 by Dswxyz (partial page begun)
Platform by Year
In the table below, "g." means games, "c." means categories, and "n" means nominations. "2 of 10g.; 5 of 8c.; of 23n." means that 2 of 10 nominated games won awards in 5 of 8 categories from a total of 23 finalist nominations.
|Year||ADRIFT||Alan||Glulx||Hugo||TADS 2||TADS 3||Z-code||Other||Total |
|1996 ||-||-||-||-|| 3 of 7g.
5 of 7c.
|-|| 2 of 10g.
5 of 8c.
|-|| 5 of 17g.|
10 of 8c.
- Ties in first round voting can mean there's more than 5 finalists per category, and therefore more than 50 nominations for a given year.
- In 1996, there were only 8 categories. The award categories Best Individual PC and Best Use of Medium had not yet been created. Also, there was a three-way tie for Best Individual NPC, which is why the table has "10 of 8c.", meaning ten awards for eight categories.
- There's some uncertainty in the reporting of the finalists for 1999's Best Individual Puzzle. This table assumes that either Break-In or Jewel of Knowledge (but not both) was a finalist.