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Offline Ian Price

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Re: Low Res Game Jam
« Reply #15 on: 2016-Apr-04 »
Yep, you could do music SpaceFractal, now that is a team! :good:
Will do the post quite soon but I´m not sure some of them are feasible, at least I think the moon patrol styled game could work great, and hey, doesn´t that have awesome music to boot?  ;)

Moon Patrol was recently done by that guy that wanted to compare languages. Would it perhaps be better to choose another simple game? I'm not against Moon Patrol, but we'd have to make it different to that recent version.
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Re: Low Res Game Jam
« Reply #16 on: 2016-Apr-04 »
It is different enough.
Will do the post today.

Also, the jam is packing up into a lot of entries so we will need to play hard to get attention.

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Re: Low Res Game Jam
« Reply #17 on: 2016-Apr-05 »
Hello chaps, just shot a thread at the bonus, I didn´t know where else to fit it, so feel free to move it about should you think better.
Let´s rule this comp!  :good:
Many pieces there already, some quite nice!

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Re: Low Res Game Jam
« Reply #18 on: 2016-Apr-05 »
I think i build some sort of dungeon crawler which will heavily abuse my 2d light engine. I think of a Top down shooter set in a dark mace with the player using a Flash light with limmited view radius if anyone wants to help with music sfx it would be greatly appreciated

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Re: Low Res Game Jam
« Reply #19 on: 2016-Apr-05 »
Yeah, lots of activity on the jam!
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