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Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008

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[WP@]WOLVERINE 24th December 2008, 10:01 Quote
Here we go again! Good luck to all in this the best modding competition in the known universe!
zr_ox 24th December 2008, 10:14 Quote
Good luck to all, there really are some stunning examples of creativity and amazing craftmanship amongst the entries.

As for the prizes, holy cow those are amazing!!
tanka12345 24th December 2008, 10:23 Quote
Those mods look awesome, and must've taken alot of hard work and effort! It'll be hard only to choose three, they're all fantastic!
SupReme 24th December 2008, 10:36 Quote
Good luck! It's just amazing how people can keep creating mods that don't exist yet...
Xtrafresh 24th December 2008, 10:52 Quote
Wow, i really dont want to pay your phonebill guys, those prizes are awesome!

Are the voter prizes global by the way, or UK only?
And how did you select these 15 mods? Last year was just a parade of the 12 MOTM winners, this seems to be different. Not that i disagree with any of these mods being listed here, it's a great list!
badders 24th December 2008, 11:04 Quote
Is it REALLY Brain Carter, or is it Brian?

I keep thinking Bodakker's a big White mouse.
ComputerKing 24th December 2008, 11:19 Quote
great year :D good luck for all modders
LeMaltor 24th December 2008, 11:27 Quote
Some damn good mods there, it's hard to pick :D
[WP@]WOLVERINE 24th December 2008, 11:28 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xtrafresh
Wow, i really dont want to pay your phonebill guys, those prizes are awesome!

Are the voter prizes global by the way, or UK only?
And how did you select these 15 mods? Last year was just a parade of the 12 MOTM winners, this seems to be different. Not that i disagree with any of these mods being listed here, it's a great list!

You are actually wrong there last year was not just mod of the mounth winners and it has never been just that. It has always been a mix of motm and the full article mods.
B1GBUD 24th December 2008, 11:59 Quote
They're all excellent "works of art" I couldn't possibly pick just one.... I love the look of the Skulltrail system, but the Mac G5 Duo looks so clean... ooh decisions, decisions.
FooSai 24th December 2008, 12:18 Quote
Such a variety of different mod styles there. All have an amazing amount of work and skill put into them, but I managed to get it down to 5 personal favourites. Was hard deciding which 2 I had to drop >.< I think we should have been allowed to vote for upto 15 ;)

Good luck to all everyone who made the final list.

... and Merry Christmas everyone!
naokaji 24th December 2008, 12:21 Quote
Good thing we can vote for more than one, would have been hard to just pick one, go go Bloo Balls, Sentry Mod and Mce 2.
dan-ere-07 24th December 2008, 12:23 Quote
wow, good luck everyone.
shame you can only vote for 3 i wanted 5 votes lol
zr_ox 24th December 2008, 12:25 Quote
My vote would go to "Chiaroscuro" by Nick Falzone if I had a single vote, but BSG and MCE2.0 got my other 2 votes.

I've tried to go for scratch builds since I believe that they often showcase the most talented modders skills and diversity. out of the non scratch builds I think that the BSG mod is the best executed modification on an existing case.

Happy holidays to all!
jegerjon 24th December 2008, 12:58 Quote
WOW the prices are insane!!! I bet the winner will be jumping around in joy when he read the result. ;)

MCE, bloo balls and apple core duo got my votes :) REALLY hard to pick!
Good luck to all of you, you're going to need it, cause all of the mods are outstanding :)

Marry Christmas to you all.
Sark.inc 24th December 2008, 13:01 Quote
damn it, i want to change my vote on something.. :E
Veles 24th December 2008, 13:25 Quote
Good thing I could pick 3, I would have never been able to decide which was my favourite.
Mankz 24th December 2008, 13:27 Quote
I went for

TINY HTPC, Skulltrail and then Nick's latest creation!
IanW 24th December 2008, 14:22 Quote
Would like to vote on this but DO NOT WANT newsletter-spammage!
WildThing 24th December 2008, 14:38 Quote
Woah that was hard, but managed to pick 3 in the end! Some really great mods there, good luck to everyone.
The boy 4rm oz 24th December 2008, 14:47 Quote
You couldn't have made it any harder to decide could you lol. All beautiful pieces of work and I must say I had a very hard time deciding.
My votes go for:
Apple Core Duo by Cyprio
Chiaroscuro by Nick Falzone
&
Battlestar Galactica Case Mod by Boddaker

I wish all contestants the best of luck, there is a lot of great kit on offer (I want the Zonar lolz).
jhanlon303 24th December 2008, 15:02 Quote
Very difficult decision. With a selection like this there can be NO losers. All great works.

Happy Holidays to all
StephenK 24th December 2008, 15:04 Quote
So glad i could vote for more than one. My one vote would still have been for Nick's Chiaroscuro but this way I get to show some love for Stav's Apple Core Duo too :)
Redbeaver 24th December 2008, 15:05 Quote
my vote goes to Nick's, naturally... clean cut, solid finish, great design.

but i also vote for the MCE and Bloo machine. beautiful result :)
Bindibadgi 24th December 2008, 15:24 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xtrafresh
Wow, i really dont want to pay your phonebill guys, those prizes are awesome!

Are the voter prizes global by the way, or UK only?
And how did you select these 15 mods? Last year was just a parade of the 12 MOTM winners, this seems to be different. Not that i disagree with any of these mods being listed here, it's a great list!

Selected mods are all from this years featured mods that were chosen by the staff in the first place to be world class.

The mod of the month entries had to be completely finished by a Monday (not all were), and reach the standard of the other mods in the competition (not all did in our opinion).


The prizes are worldwide - anyone can enter.
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