Atlantis opens on BigFish

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Emmanuel, Jul 30, 2005.

  1. Sharpfish

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    Thanks for info Emmanuel, it is always interesting to read about development times and issues. The game I am working on atm started at the end of June (3 months so far) and has at least 1 month left to go.. just in time for the XMAS retail flood to totally drown it lol.

    Maybe I'll wait till after xmas and just spend time polishing it even more.. still lots to do though (the downside of being effectively a one-man operation).

    So, judging by your releases so far, I can imagine your next game will be coming out pretty soon then? ;)
     
  2. JoKa

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    If I were in Emmanuels place, I'd probably spend most of my time watching statistics and the portal's Top Ten lists - with a big smile on my face ;)
     
  3. Jack Norton

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    He probably many people would do that, but no- he follows the wolves advice! no time to rest, make a new game! :)
     
  4. Sharpfish

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    that is good advice too. Don't rest on your laurels when every new game could actually help you make a living.
     
  5. patrox

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    #1 on Zylom will that ever stop ? :cool:

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    computer games from phelios
     
  6. ManuelFLara

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    Now, isn't Atlantis good promotion for PTK or what? :D
     
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