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On 6/6/2017 at 2:37 PM, smac96 said:

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After several years of hard work we submitted "Eselmir and the five magical gifts" to Steam Greenlight!

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"Eselmir and the five magical gifts" has been Greenlit by the Steam Community! Thanks so much everyone! The game release is planned for the end of the year and it will be available for both PC and Mac. Keep following us! :)

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34 minutes ago, smac96 said:

"Eselmir and the five magical gifts" has been Greenlit by the Steam Community! Thanks so much everyone! The game release is planned for the end of the year and it will be available for both PC and Mac. Keep following us! :)

Edit: Perhaps I'd misread. I was sure that when I looked at your greenlight page previously that Linux was a listed platform. Either way, congratulations!

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Hey there! :D

My name is Laureen, I don't know if this is the right thread because this is more a call for help then promotion, but I'm just gonna give it a go:

I’m looking for participants in a survey about online gaming communities for my Thesis! I will be giving away FREE ( Dutch) GAMES to about 20 participants (chosen at random) as a thanks you/ reward.

You can fill out the survey by clicking on the link below:
https://nl.surveymonkey.com/r/3BV7G26

The research is about how to create active videogame communities around various game genres. Your answers are completely anonymous and will only be used for this research! 

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR TAKING THE TIME TO HELP ME.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask!!!

 

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So, I took a video making course and had a final project involving making a documentary.  This is my submission:

 

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A few days ago, I had a big old chat with HexDSL about Puzzling Dream's "cinematic platformer" The Way. We dive deep-ish into gameplay, style, inspirations and story, and also take time to muse over the game's meaning/messaging. I loved the hell out of this game and have been waiting for a year to find someone to have a conversation like this with ^_^

There are some pretty significant spoilers in here, but if you'd like to watch without hitting those, the Youtube description contains timestamps for relevant topics and indications of where spoilers are.

 

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Alien Shakespeare: Fallout meets Disney (starring Jennifer Hale and Rupert Booth) 

Hi guys,
We’re currently working on a narrative RPG called Alien Shakespeare. It takes place on an abandoned theme park planet. (Think of it as a Disney film set during the Post-Apocalypse.)

Alien Shakespeare will be starring Jennifer Hale (Mass Effect) as the Pirate Queen and Rupert Booth (Contradiction) as Yorick, an alien-like creature and adventurer.
In order to fund the project, we've launched a Kickstarter campaign that will run now until mid-August. You can find out more at:


www.alienshakespeare.com
www.twitter.com/ShakespeareRPG

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Because we are trying to create a narrative-driven game where your choices have a greater impact on the story, we would like your input on what aspects you think narrative games, in general, can improve on.

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Hey there. I made some stuff in the Dreams beta. I'm not an artist, animator or programmer, so it was a big learning experience, but I intend to go deep and actually start making some good stuff once Dreams is out. I know the guys at Double Fine are friends and fans of Media Molecule team, so I think this is actually a very appropriate place to post this. Especially since MM site doesn't have it's own forums.

I know the stuff below is rough...the Sonic and Simpsons stuff are purposefully shitty for comedic effect, and were also my first creations. The Homestar Runner model actually came out quite good I think, I put more effort into making it look and animate right, even though it was very quickly thrown together. The Cemetery Gates one uses all repurposed assets from people who are way more talented than me, but I did the scene composition myself and learned a bit about the tools along the way. 

Hope you guys enjoy.

 

 

 

 

 

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What's MM's attitude to sharing Dreams creations at the moment? I thought they were being pretty strict on it at the mo...

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20 hours ago, TimeGentleman said:

What's MM's attitude to sharing Dreams creations at the moment? I thought they were being pretty strict on it at the mo...

There was an NDS at the start of the Beta but it was lifted near the end. MM's own youtube channel has tons of user created levels. And everyone is free to sare their stuff now.

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Demo of Point & Click Adventure about: Self-centered CEO trying to save his company from bankruptcy forced to rescuing whole town from impending disaster.

DEMO - Steam

 

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A couple days ago I released the complete digital soundtrack for Mage's Initiation. It's got over 2 hours of music in 80 tracks (and 12 bonus tracks, some of which were themes that went unused in the final game!). It also comes with 4 variations of the album cover with D'arc wearing the various elemental garbs.

$12 CAD (or $9 USD)

http://music.brandonblume.com/album/mages-initiation-original-game-soundtrack

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Some kind quotes about the score:

"Mage’s Initiation features really impressive music throughout: sometimes a light classical ambience, and sometimes a more prominent, heroically inspiring piece, all with a bit of a medieval vibe. I have actually been letting the light acoustic guitar-based town theme play in the background as I write..."
-Adventure Gamers

"The music is simply a treat, especially if you have a fondness for the sort of stuff you’d hear in King’s Quest; it’s all ambient, Medieval-style works that change to reflect a location or a mood."
-Respawning

"The music is what really impressed me about this game, though. The whole soundtrack is just really well done, and was the main thing tugging at my nostalgia heartstrings. The tavern music in particular reminded me of the tavern in Raseir from QFG2. Everything suits its area. I never tired of the combat music even after hearing it for the fiftieth time."
-Impulse Gamer

"The soundtrack including the voice acting is great."
-MadDownload.com

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Hello! I'm Fanomatic and I'm currently working on a free, darkly humoristic old-school point n' click adventure game called "Animal Cruelty" where you play as three recently deceased animals who needs to cooperate in order to escape the castle of the evil Dr. Petson! So far I've released a Windows demo of the first room. It features two playable characters, sounds, music, an NPC and many interactions.

If you want to try the demo you can do so here :)
https://fanomatic.itch.io/animal-cruelty-demo

The full game will include two more playable rooms (plus an intro and an outro) as well as one more playable character. I try to keep it somewhat small and manageble.

You can follow my progress on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/munchercow

And on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/Animalcrueltygame/

I hope you enjoy it! :)

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22 hours ago, fanomatic said:

Hello! I'm Fanomatic and I'm currently working on a free, darkly humoristic old-school point n' click adventure game called "Animal Cruelty"

Great to see this is still continuing in production from its humble Wizard Jam beginnings!

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Late last week I made a little arcade game called Honeycomb CRUNCH to use as a case study in a talk I was giving about making games. I popped it up on Itch and put the source up on GitLab as well.

Today I shipped what I suspect will be the final update, which adds some pacing devices (mostly centred around adding discrete stages), some new graphics and a few other tweaks, so it's a little more polished than what's in the video here (which is how these things always seem to go!).

I've had an absolute blast making this game, and I frequently found myself getting stuck playing the game for fun when I only intended to test changes >_<

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On 2019-05-25 at 12:22 AM, TimeGentleman said:

Great to see this is still continuing in production from its humble Wizard Jam beginnings!

Yeah, I grew fond of the concept and decided to keep working on it as a pet project. I've always wanted to have a go at making a point-&-click adventure game!

I really enjoyed "Ben there, Dan that!" by the way ^^

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15 hours ago, fanomatic said:

I really enjoyed "Ben there, Dan that!" by the way ^^

Thanks! Well, in that case, allow me to plug some creative work of my own:

The latest Dan And Ben game: Lair Of The Clockwork God.

Pleeeease wishlist it on Steam if you have a sec, it really helps!

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Announcement trailer:

 

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