25th of December, 2020
The competition has now closed for entries, but there are still a few games left to review. Check back soon for the results!
8th of April, 2020
The Social Distancing level design competition has begun, which you can view here.
5th of April, 2020
You can now play every entry submitted so far directly from your browser, thanks to the Qaop/JS emulator! Just click "play online" on the entry's review page. If you've visited our site before and can't see the link, you may need to clear your browser cache.
11th of March, 2020
The third challenge has begun, which you can view here.
2nd of February, 2020
The CSS files have been updated to allow for easier navigation and viewing on mobile devices; you may have to clear your browser cache to get the new stylesheets.
29th of January, 2020
The second challenge has begun, which you can view here.
1st of January, 2020
Happy New Year, and welcome to the comp.sys.sinclair Crap Games Competition 2020! You can now submit your games to the email address provided in the rules, and you can also take a look at the first challenge. Good luck!
29th of December, 2019
All of the web-page elements should be finished and working now – if this text appears in a purple box, you've still got the old CSS stylesheets in your browser cache (press Ctrl+F5 to clear the cache for just this site).
Now, we’re just waiting for the end of the decade. The competition officially begins on the 1st of January, 2020. If you want, you can stroll over to the rules and get started with your game, or if you're a bit lost for guidance, you might want to have a read of this illuminating article on what makes a crap game.