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Scoring Overview

You have a choice of rating each of the five categories from 1 to 5. Although many of the categories are subjective, try to be consistent with the way you rate.

5.0 - OUTSTANDING

Only to be given if there's something stunning, breathtaking and almost perfect in that particular category. For example you read the storyline and wish it was a book; you see the map and can imagine strolling along the river. Scenarios with 5.0 average scores are rare and creators of these scenarios are masters of scenario design. Consider the 5.0 score as something you would give rarely.

4.0 - EXCELLENT

If you think the category you're rating is better than average, but hasn't reached the near perfection expected from a 5.0, give this score.

3.0 - AVERAGE

A good, playable scenario; no glaring problems, but still things that can be improved in that category.

2.0 - BELOW AVERAGE

Mediocre or with errors or many points that need improving, but the scenario can be played and completed.

1.0 - WELL BELOW AVERAGE

The lowest score you can give. For example, if there's nothing in the story box, or a bug means the game can't be played then for that category it's a 1.0.

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