Cosmo Bots Beta

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Mike Boeh, Oct 31, 2004.

  1. Optigon CG

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    I'm pretty surprised there are so many crits on the music. Personally I love the music. Even though I had to listen to it a million times while working on this game. I still love it and I think it fits my mood when I play.

    Don't sweat it Steffan. I think music is one of the most difficult things to get people to agree on.

    Jim
     
  2. 3dben

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    Great Game, Great Music, Great Graphics, Great Fun!!

    My only complaint would be that I was never quite sure which side of the line it was going to try and fill in. I would naturally feel like it would fill in the smaller area of the two, but that wasnt the case; im not sure if anything needs to change here - but that was the impression I got. Otherwise, I had alot of fun playing it, would play more but im knee deep in deving; but it was a nice breath of air.

    -=ben
    www.clevermonkeystudios.com
     
  3. Greg Squire

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    I think it looks great and I like the new power ups and power downs (they really add a new dimension to the game). It ran great on the Radeon 7000 series card in my machine (Dell workstation) at work. I don't mind the music and I think it fits with the game. You seem to have a winner as usual Mike.

    Also, I still like "Cosmo Bots" for the name, not sure why you want to change it. (Is it trademarked? or you just aren't pleased with it?)
     

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