Bailout - (Feedback Please)

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Max_Damage, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. Max_Damage

    Max_Damage New Member

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    Hi ,

    I'm making a game for a webplayer + phone and I would appreciate some feedback
    on it please.
    Here is a video so far.
    Thanks,
    Max
     
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  2. Applewood

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    Made me genuinely LOL.

    I think it looks a bit too dark and serious to have mass appeal, but with the mix of Angry Birds and (heaven forbid) an original setting, it has a LOT of potential.
     
  3. Max_Damage

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    Thanks for the feedback Applewood. It isn't that dark in the actual game. I had problems with the recording.
    I wasn't sure whether to make it more cartoony or make the UI less cartoony.

    Max
     
  4. Applewood

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    I didn't really mean "dark" as much as "monochrome" tbh. Bright colours and cartoony style are never a bad thing in a casual game. In fact I think it's a requirement.

    The gameplay looks there though and the humour for sure. You just need people to look twice now and you're all set imo.
     
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    Ahh thats great , thank you. I was stuck on the art style of the levels, but this gives me a great boost. much appreciated.

    Max
     

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