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==Games==
 
==Games==
 
''Note: the games were not ranked.''
 
''Note: the games were not ranked.''
* ''[[The Hugo Clock]]'' ([[Jason McWright]]; 5-Jan-2012).
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* ''[[The Hugo Clock]]'' ([[Jason McWright]]; 05-Jan-2012).
* ''[[Party Arty, Man of La Munchies]]'' ([[Jonathan Blask]]; 4-Jan-2012).
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* ''[[Party Arty, Man of La Munchies]]'' ([[Jonathan Blask]]; 04-Jan-2012).
* ''[[Retro-Nemesis]]'' ([[Robb Sherwin]]; 4-Jan-2012).
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* ''[[Retro-Nemesis]]'' ([[Robb Sherwin]]; 04-Jan-2012).
* ''[[Spinning]]'' ([[Rob O'Hara]]; 4-Jan-2012).
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* ''[[Spinning]]'' ([[Rob O'Hara]]; 04-Jan-2012).
* ''[[Tales of a Clockwork Boy]]'' ([[Marius Müller]]; 4-Jan-2012).
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* ''[[Tales of a Clockwork Boy]]'' ([[Marius Müller]]; 04-Jan-2012).
* ''[[Teleporter Test]]'' ([[Paul Robinson]]; Jan-2012).
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* ''[[Teleport Test]]'' ([[Paul Robinson]]; publisher: [[Viridian Development Corporation]]; 03-Jan-2012).
* ''[[World Builder]]'' ([[Paul Lee]]; 4-Jan-2012).
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* ''[[World Builder]]'' ([[Paul Lee]]; 04-Jan-2012).
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==

Latest revision as of 13:44, 13 July 2012

The Hugo "Open House" Competition was a competition for Hugo games.

Dates

  • Submit by December 31, 2011, morning.
  • Games were released on January 4, 2012 and a bit later.

Games

Note: the games were not ranked.

Links

Spoilers