Enchanted Lands Resort - ideas...
Hey there's this game i'm developing, and journaling on my blog, I just wanted to run an "intro" text by you guys to see what you think. Here's the link - http://uhfgood.artoo.net/?p=33 - btw if you feel like giving me any feedback please do it in the form of a comment on the blog entry. That's if anyone reads it at all, thanks!
Are you trying to develop two games (Hypno Joe, Enchanted) at once?
I hate blogs just tell us here?
Thanks to Papillon for pointing something out to me. She( my apologies if I got the pronoun wrong, i'm assuming you're a she from previous posts, then again i'm assuming which is something I shouldn't do, which shall be explained in this message ;-) ) had no idea what this was all about, as i'm sure some of you have no idea as well. Generally I assumed people who would read this post would have already read about Enchanted Lands - http://uhfgood.artoo.net/?p=6 - which is an adventure game that i'm writing the story for.
One must never make assumptions that was clearly inconsiderate of me. If you make wrong assumptions you tend to look foolish and then people wouldn't read my blog at all (if they ever did in the first place). In any case the post that I mentioned at the top of this thread was because in a previous thread - Enchanted Lands : No real progress today - http://uhfgood.artoo.net/?p=24 - I mentioned how I couldn't get the different stories I'd written to mesh very well, and that I found an intro to one of my stories (which was meant for an adventure game) that I liked so well I wanted to post it. And then this last post is where I posted it in.
I hope that clears things up a bit. If you want to read about the progress of this game go into the Game projects catagory on my blog at http://uhfgood.artoo.net - if not then just disreguard this message.
lakibuk - Indeed I am. However, Hypno-Joe is the immediate project, Enchanted Lands has a ton of pre-production work so i'm just making small progress by working on the story, characters, etc. I don't devote all my time to it, but enough each day to show some progress. Plus it gives me an alternate thing to do when I get tired of one.
I know most people in here say you must work on only one project at a time. But I've a problem with just sticking to one thing (sticking it out is another thing altogether I just mean going with one project at a time). Hoping to actually get Hypno-Joe done this year, and most of my preproduction work with Enchanted Lands done as well. All this simply means is i've finished the story, i've probably designed the characters, the areas with which they move and possbily puzzles (although that as time may permit, and puzzles may actually be part of the production, i still haven't gotten a grasp on that yet).