Post by LunarMoon2 on Mar 20, 2006 18:53:07 GMT -5
I was very impressed with the demo you released. My only real complaint is that there could be a few more extras added; the town was a tad to small. By the way, after you've defeated the man with the axe, where do you go next; did I pass the instructions by or is this the end of the demo?
Yeah, I too have underwent this process. But if I were you, I would wait until its finished til we see these new changes. The last demo was enough to give us an idea of how the game will be, I doubt the spirit of it has changed much. Much like my change in Josaigdan.
I have no complaints about that, you have more than made your fill into the community. Three friggin titles is fantastic. I have yet to finish a second, and I have had this damn game for a few friggin years now.
I've had this game since the day it came out and I only have one complete title which sucks balls. I've started a lot of really cool titles and stuff I just have a problem with the whole completing a game before a new idea consumes me....
But keep hard at this game. I wanna play it before my life crashes around me...which could be any day.
Superfluous correlations through Pavlovian conditioning cause cerebral captivity for all of us.
Post by JimmyPaladin on Dec 2, 2006 2:48:26 GMT -5
Wow, I thought the last Sky Frontier demo was da bomb. I wonder what's in store for the next one! The way you speak about the showing emotion limitations and whatnot combined with how you used Screen Shots in The Farm Life to give people different facial expressions really makes me wonder. Hmmn...
And it'll be sad to see ya go lad, but we certainly all understand and won't try to stop ya. I guess what I'm sayin' is it's AARRGGHH-right wit' me, mate. (I'm not too surprised since you're learning C++ and all now that I think about it). Good luck, me mate!
(BTW: how is progress on Mutanic Fallout/Josaigdan?)
Nash: I'm distributing my time between the following: I)Finding a job II)Chores III)Learning C++/Computer science IV)Writing the Script Guide V)Making my game
That's in order of importance. While I haven't spent alot of time on #I (weather issues, we got alot of snow in one day...) lately, I have put in perhaps 4 hours a day to computer science, 1 hour for chores (dont take that long...), and 2 hours for my game-approximately. The rest of the time is me lounging, helping siblins/mom (she doesn't know how to copy and paste!) and doing other odds and ends. But I will most certainly get it done. I don't know when, but as soon as I find that everything in the game makes me happy, I'll release it.
Poopiness: I'm not leaving the community, or anything! lol, I was thinking more along the lines of: 1-make a game on RPGM1 2-make a game on RPGM3 (actually, there's already one in devel. i think its cool so far 3-switching from RPGM2 to RPGMXP (there's just so much more!)
But I'll still toy with RPGM2 here and there, just dont expect another game after my next