...and an important side note; we had to remove the "upload" feature from the submission form yesterday, due to the fact that it sometimes worked, and sometimes didn't. What we now require is that you yourself host the file somewhere (Google Drive or Dropbox is fine), and paste the link to the file when you are submitting.
Furthermore, I've reached out to and gotten in touch with the (few) people affected by the mentioned bug.
I'll also be somewhat "on call" during the weekend due to D-Day, so don't hesitate to PM me here if you run into issues or similar.
Good luck everyone!
Sure, it's nice to see HTML5 games, with the benefit that the threshold for playing is lower for the judges, but it's in no way a requirement nor real judging benefit to do so. People submitting their games in HTML5 will not get any sort of judging benefit over other platforms whatsoever.
Recap of the submission requirements:
.zip/rar with three bundles: One Windows, one Mac OSX, and one Linux (the reason for this is that we neither can't not want to limit/force the jury to one platform)
Link to your game on Google Play Store or link to your .apk
Link to your game on Apple App Store
Link to web page with HTML5 playable or link to .zip/rar with HTML5 bundle