I thought despite all the RL troubles atm I share at least the Email I got about this years Mod of the Year.
Unlike the years before I will not publish a newsletter and contact old players. I simply do not have the time and the energy for stuff like that.
Maybe after meanwhile 15 nominations (more than any other mod in all of the different genres) the importance of a 16th nomination has lost its weight a bit. But I would not be me if the situation does not bother me, especially after all the months of work and the many patches I have released in the past year. C'est la vie.
Anyways thats what I got on Friday.
Once again, the search for the 2023 Mod of the Year has begun on ModDB, a voting booth for your fans has been added to your mod profile on the site. Rally your community, make some noise and gather votes to make the Top 100!
For the next 10 days visitors will be voting for your mod, to help us decide the Top 100 mods of 2023. To get votes for your project, simply link your fans through to your mod profile on ModDB. We've got a widget and buttons to make this easy. We had over 7,700,000 visitors during the 2022 awards, let's try and beat that tally and encourage more games to continue to embrace mods.
Now is also the time to share those awesome news posts, developer diaries and postmortems you've been saving up. Nominations run from December 1st to 11th for the, Top 100 mods of 2023, thereafter voting commences from the 11th to 22nd to decide the Top 10, with the winners announced just after Christmas.