The winners are finally here!
In first place... @antonmata's SynthRogue.
In second place, @enchanter's Tone Basic
And in third place, @Anthony_Tonev's Music Box Editor
Thank you so much for your patience everyone and congratulations to our winners! I'll be in touch shortly with instructions on how to claim your prizes.
Now that it's sunk in a bit, I just want to add I'm really thankful that you chose my project out of all the great submissions! This was an amazing experience and really pushed me farther than I've gone before. The competition also drew my attention to the wonderful community that has sprung up around repl.it. I'll definitely be sticking around and doing my best to contribute.
I am humbled and very honored that you guys chose my submission. I had a great time creating the game. I am very glad you all enjoyed it. Thank you for having the hackathon. Looking forward to the next one. ☺🍺
I was actually working on a different idea for the 1st week, but felt that it was not working the way I imagined it. Out of the blue, I had this idea of combining a roguelike game with a step sequencer. I love music as much as games, so it felt much better to work on that instead.
I know this sounds corny, but I think that lightbulb moment was a blessing. Thank you for the opportunity.
@hayaodeh The app is a digital music editor - Ebest and other talented people created music peaces for it.
At some point I had to add a database (which turned out to be pretty tricky since local files are not saved properly here on repl.it) - during the competition I received lots of contributions - from different users. Also I've created some myself, although my lack of musical talent.
Featured some of the works of Ebest and @vedprad1 in the app itself but there is more in the database - which has enough room since it takes only 430 bites on average to store a single peace.
Content or data is an essential part of this app (and any other app of that kind) - it's the sole purpose of the application. Everything created in it is like "open source" notes that you can "pull" and create something on top of them using the editing tools. Honestly without content - I have no idea how I can show that aspect of it.
This is why I credit the content-creators/users at the bottom of my submission description. They also reported some bugs and gave request for features. I'm very thankful to them for the content they have created with it.
But the actual coding and animating for the app is ONLY done by me.