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The Community 2016 Game Of The Year Voting Starts Now

Get your vote in for the Community Game Of The Year using the handy form inside.

This game, and many others, are eligible for the 2016 Community Game Of The Year!
This game, and many others, are eligible for the 2016 Community Game Of The Year!

Hey, it's been a good year for games! And it's time to celebrate that with another star-studded entry of the Community Games Of The Year. We have an entry form right over here, if you'd like to vote. Here's some quick questions and answers about the whole thing!

When does voting end? January 4th!

Can I change my votes later after I play more stuff? Sure, up until voting ends! Just clear out your choices and select new ones, then hit Submit again.

I haven't played ten games this year; can I still vote? Sure, just vote for whatever your favorite games were. You can just vote for one game, if you want.

How does this work? This is a weighted-voting system, so your first-place game will be weighted more heavily than your tenth-place game when we tally up the votes in the end. We'll also include pure voting results without weights for the data nerds.

I can't find my favorite game in here! Our search system is very special and might not always return the expected results. Some games might have older-than-expected release years in the search, or may not appear at all. Check the comments on this article and I'll try to add any weird search results to the first reply if you have any weird cases pop up.

Hah, I'm going to vote for Superman 64 ten times, suckers! Feel free! You can add any games you want to your list, but we'll just remove anything that wasn't released in 2016 when we run the final results. We're mostly focused on American release dates here; Jeff will ultimately decide on any edge cases.

Let me know if you have any more questions and I'll try to deal with them in the comments here.