Winners of 1PDC 2012!

Over 100 works sent this year for One Page Dungeon Contest meant a lot of work for judges. And, as Alex Sschroeder told us, it was most vivid discussion about who should win in the 1PDC history. Subimtted works are amazing. So choosing a winner was a tough job. Anyway – here they are. Go check them!

And, one more thing, I would like to thank all the fellow judges for a great job! 

Enough talking! Check the winners. More info about 1PDC 2102 – HERE

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