Don't take it badly, I'm all for enthusiasm and it's all harmless fun, but you make it sound like this "model of production" does the miracles you were waiting for Originally Posted by vitux. Is what you get. Thank you, just few words from me - I think slashing frame animation is visible too long - barrels have visible white dots from background - meat is too big - even simple pixel-art background will be better than photo-style or maybe try with dithering.
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Wow, this looks great I absolutely adore the backgrounds. And the intro screen. Some feedback Really impressive. I'd die of boredom killing swarms of those - The text on the title screen is too futuristic for a fantasy theme Keep going with it, though! To day I upload a video capture of the intro I made for the game its a beta or alpha intro, no sound at the moment but tell the history and show the introduction.
Hope You like it. The development continues. Hope you Like it.
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Very good. Its got a certain charm about it. The opening line 'Good moning' had me falling about with laughter but also completely hooked me due to the spelling mistake but Im not sure you should correct it It should be 'Good Morning' as people will always remember the game for a long time after for that reason alone.
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Find More Posts by s Marcuz Wurk??? Join Date: Jun Location:. Age: 43 Posts: 5, Quote: Originally Posted by Amiten I just hope that in this way more people can follow this model of production of new quality games for our classical computers, and not wait for miracles to occur rather actually make them ourselves. My Venezuelan husband often uses colloquialisms from his culture to describe situations we find ourselves in.
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These are my illustrations of them. I am also collecting dichos from all Venezuelans, so feel free to send suggestions if you see one missing! Note: I am slowly catching up with messages, especially since so many of you lovely peeps sent me suggestions! Hoping to respond this weekend…. Example: Faraday our guinea pig has had an ass face ever since Hugo our newest piggie moved into the house.
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Translation: The boy that cries and the mom who pinches him, meaning there was a bad situation and someone is making it worse. Example: I was bummed out about breaking up with my partner and now my bff is mad at me. Much like this dicho, I went from being wildly busy with my openings to getting really sick. Example: In the middle of the test, the teacher saw Julieta was like a bird on a branch and made her move seats.
Almost ready for new dichos! Hoping for next week : Meanwhile, enjoy another archives illustration—this one I keep saying to my husband because this is him, all the time. Translation: Flour from another bag, meaning when someone is talking about another situation entirely. Still under deadlines but getting closer! Hoping to have some new dichos for you all soon :D. Note: From what we were told, sticks were used as de facto currency on rum estates; workers would trade them for goods like food and alcohol, hence this saying.
Hope everyone had a great start to ! Note: We have no idea why anyone would throw prawns or why that would mean naps. Also, there are other sayings that are about throwing bizarre objects that will eventually pop up that are equally confusing :. Happy holidays!