Tooty Frooties

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  1. Dyno Kid

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    Tooty Frooties took only 3 days to make and is a match type game, I found an artist who completed all work yesterday so I decided to release it over at www.utopiangames.co.uk

    The game is very addictive!!!

    A demo can be found here that will end the game after level 4 www.utopiangames.co.uk/tootydemo.exe

    [​IMG]

    Darren.
     
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  2. lakibuk

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    Quote from your website: :)
     
  3. Teq

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    Nice to see a release (even if it is a match 3 ;) )

    Just a small note about your site - you should remove the Nintendo images from your site as they could consider that you are profitting from their property.
     
  4. AlexWeldon

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    Especially since I assume you're not incorporated, meaning they could theoretically sue you into personal bankruptcy if they wanted to. Why not use characters from your own games? Surely that's a better way to promote them anyway?
     
  5. Nikster

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    probably just me, but, the green level/score text hurts my eyes.
    at least put a black outline or something around them.
     
  6. Dyno Kid

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    Still need to work on site, Yep web says 2 months (how many sales if i say 3 days) people will think its crap:) a little white lie if ya like:p

    The green layover changes from green to purple to red.

    Darren.
     
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    If something does not help you, just hide it, but lying is the straight path to hell.
     
  8. Bmc

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    Why would a customer care how long it took you to make a game anyways? Just remove that info.
     
  9. JGOware

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    Donations, for sale, free demos, which method of revenue are you going with? ;)

    On a more serious note...where's the demo for your new game?
     
  10. Dyno Kid

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    Well yeah donations (judging by a lot of peoples opinions) wasn't the right way to go so I will try and sell them for $7.95.

    Just putting a demo together now brb:)

    Darren.
     
  11. Dyno Kid

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    Demo now available, see 1st post.

    Feedback please...

    Darren.
     
  12. papastiffy

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    Hi, I didn't personally play the game, but I'd just like to tell you one thing, and I don't mean to hurt your feelings or tell you not to do anything the way you want to. It's simply just a piece of advise that may help, and who knows I could be wrong.

    But aren't there plenty of match 3's on free websites? I'm not saying that yours isn't spectacular, I'm just saying that selling them for $7.95 a game may be a little too high. This considering they can take a small leap over to Miniclip and play all the match 3's they want, with public highscores included.

    But don't take my word for it, I have never sold a game yet (all games freeware) so I'm not the best one to listen to. Just lettin' you know what my simple mind is thinking... ;)
     

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