We had a server hiccup two weeks back. Unfortunately, this was one of these rare, “if all stars align and the moon shines in several colors, simultaneously” type of situations which resulted in a ton of data being lost. This includes the game files and all the screenshots and team pictures. The good news is that the database was left untouched so we still have all the entries that were created during the Molyjam 2012. Now we need the help of all participants and viewers to get the data back.
If you know any of the developers who participated in the Molyjam, please send them the link to this post.
To re-upload your data you can navigate to the quick edit link we send you, when you created your game entry on this site. You will then be prompted to enter your e-mail address. This is to verify that you are the actual submitter of the game, so please provide the same e-mail address you have already entered before. Also, from now on, we are going to store your address so we can contact you more quickly in the future. Your address will only be visible to us and we will only use it in case of emergencies or if someone wants to contact you. Well… or if Peter comes up with a game idea that involves a lot of e-mails, of course.
If you do not have the quick edit link for your game, please send me a message to email@example.com and I will send you your link.
As a positive side effect, we decided to start this blog to be able to communicate more effectively with all of you. We will come up with a regular posting schedule involving the games, postmortems from the locations and any future plans, so please check back often.
That’s all folks.
Keep on innovating!