What are we/you working on

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by jankoM, Dec 6, 2006.

  1. Sharpfish

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    Those graphics look really balanced and fun, very nice. :)
     
  2. Mike Wiering

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    One of my projects at the moment is a little drawing/coloring program for kids:

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    I'm also working on a set of very very easy training levels for Charlie II for people who play the game for the first time.
     
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  4. JoKa

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    Hehe, looks like the first (playable, but abandoned) platformer I created some years ago. Looking at these old-style sprites always makes me want to grab 'em and create something :)
     
  5. tewe76

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    Hmm, that screen is a bit hypnotic with all that circles...seriously, it kinda hurts my eyes :rolleyes:
     
  6. Game Producer

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    Edoiki (tactical combat online multiplayer game with eastern theme)
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  7. Jeremy Chatelaine

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    It's a great topic, thanks for making it jankoM!

    I can see good indie games all around and I like the YouTube idea to have an idea of how to play the game, I have to do that too in the future :)

    I'm quite new to the indie industry though, so apologies in advance. I worked in video game companies for years before deciding to finally try this path 2 months ago.

    So, I'm currently working on an "RTS game" but you control only one powerful unit (I'm hopeless with more than one unit at a time :)) that has special power abilities, can gain experience levels and can buy items.

    It's also multiplayer only (5 human players against 5 human players). It's inspired from Warcraft III - DOTA (I'm a big fan but I wanted it in another universe and without all the BattleNet limitations) if some people are familiar with this mod.


    Battle For Independence


    Thanks,
     
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  9. Bad Sector

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    Please resize your screenshot to something 1024x768 friendly.
     
  10. Geom

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    I'm working on an RTS.

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    Devastro, a 2D action shooting game ala Cannon Fodder with clay animated characters, nasty aliens, infinite ammo and big explosions.

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  12. Pallav Nawani

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    Wow, looks cool.
     
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    @mot
    Yeah, it looks cool and fun! Even the debug text is cartoon! I love that point :D
     
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  16. jankoM

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    BRAVEKID mini SOLITAIRE

    I didn't want to make another thread for this so I putted it here...

    BRAVEKID mini SOLITAIRE is released finally. It is a free online and off-line solitaire made specifically for kids.

    It has only 20 cards (10 red and 10 blue) and is because of this much quicker to solve... kids learn about numbers and have to think the-solitare-way to solve the levels...

    Your kids can play it online or download it here: http://www.bravekidgames.com/bravekid_mini_solitaire/

    (we just need to test the levels again in the evening but otherwise should be done).

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    This is also the look of the new bravekid on new BK website we are making

    Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
     
  17. Nadia

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    The topic is really great it is good to see what people are doing here is what my team is working on :

    our lates video more will be available soon :)

    visit also our site
     
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  20. GrahamGoring

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    Still Wizball.

    God that sounds depressing to type out loud. ;)
     

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