Yoggity is off on its way to Bochum, Germany for the Hippodice competition. The game cost me $20; shipping was $30, and the entry fee was 10 Euros ($15 after Paypal fees). Entering these contests isn't cheap, even though it sort of seems like it is when you get started. Of course, the Hippodice fee is very reasonable for the hassle they go through hosting the contest, and the rest is just my costs.
Regardless, I'm happy to do it; Hippodice gives useful feedback, which I haven't found to be the case for many of the contests I've entered, and I really like the way they have the contest set up. Looking over Yoggity again, I was very grateful for Jason Greeno's terrific artwork - I think the game is great, too, but his art and design really makes it much more fun.
Probably won't hear anything until next year - but I'm glad to have the opportunity.