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« on: October 24, 2009, 07:08:46 PM »

I don't know what it is with this weekend...

For the past few weekends, submissions were relatively few - thank goodness, I was busy enough with other stuff going on.  Now that I have some time again, it's nice to see submissions increasing again.  Almost like I can't really get behind because when I get busy, everyone else seems to be too.  Or something.

But what a huge amount of stuff coming into my inbox this week!  Strangely enough, there were eight mappers that submitted stuff for this weekend, including three new mappers, and there was a particular amount of Sega love today (and Will said Sega mapping was slow lately!), and tomorrow will be some Mega Man games.  What's up with that?

Okay, sure, I put off the Mega Man games...  >_>  But the influx of Sega is really neat, I just had to mention it.
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