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The Rumpus Room / Re: The bump topic!
« on: 30 Sep 2017, 19:59 »
Bump! Good news!

The beloved Release Something-thread may is returning this year. Yet there are still a few weeks left to have something ready...

Only 25 days though.

My sincerest congratulations to the proud parents! And welcome, Ada!
Agreeing with Snarky, you've chosen a wonderful classy name for her.

A 'What's in my bag'-SPRITE JAM, be it drawn real or fictional stuff, might turn out interesting.

The Rumpus Room / Re: Happy Birthday Thread!
« on: 29 Jul 2017, 15:52 »
Thank you, Mandle, that's very kind! Also I get that funny pun, even I have not changed my name in weeks here...

Enjoy your vacation on the fifth continent, it's getting spring there, isn't it? Beware on your walkabout of those giant spiders who can jump and have poisonous fangs - they are so mean  :-\

Good entries so far! Cannot wait for the final template demo game, having great hopes this will teach me how to make my own adventure.

EDIT 1: Started working on an entry too. :) 
EDIT 2: Sadly, out of time. :(

Thank you, review writers!

Commenting on a game is truly the finest of all virtues of a member.

Yes please. Since the Sprite Jam is on vacation, lets have a 'Lure of the Template' competition.

I hope you are satisfied with the responses you got so far, ClickClickClick. Appreciated that you apologize in all your three posts. Welcome to the forums! :smiley:

The Rumpus Room / Re: Happy Birthday Thread!
« on: 23 Jun 2017, 10:13 »
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      Happy Birthday, Bogdan! 
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As ClickClickClick said, maybe the red of her shirt is a bit too bright and saturated. And in side view, you could experiment with adding a pixel more length to her shoes. Same for her her throat in front view.

Else your sprite looks fine, I like it!  :smiley:

Site & Forum Reports / Re: Recent News - not very recent
« on: 20 Jun 2017, 23:33 »
Sorry for bumping this old thread. Yet all the arguments are still valid, AGS blog is probably not coming back.

Maybe the gained room on the main page gives opportunity for something new.

The Rumpus Room / Re: Happy Birthday Thread!
« on: 04 Jun 2017, 11:10 »
Oh, I totally forgot. Stupot+, yes, we do need a new watercoloured first-person-adventure using the PowerNap codebase from you.

Also, dearest belated Happy Birthday to you, Stu! I imagine your party like the Tanabata celebrations on 7th July, right?

The Rumpus Room / Re: Happy Birthday Thread!
« on: 04 Jun 2017, 00:21 »
And best wishes to your birthday, Jim Reed! I'm so looking forward to the new world you balance and cartograph. Keep us posted please.

The Rumpus Room / Re: Happy Birthday Thread!
« on: 04 Jun 2017, 00:11 »
Happy Birthday, qptain Nemo! Hopefully your dream, an own deep-sea submarine in lime-green colour, will come true!

BrutalSlakt - 04 - Jeremy
Jim Reed - 02
qptain Nemo - 05 -  Lovebird-3182-XZ

Ibispi - 3 - Been loop-listening to this Bitwig-arranged song during long pixel-sessions - personally feeling the desire of longing for someone. I'm enjoying the fine mix of icewind chills, carefully placed breaks and sputtering 8-bit sounds. Therefore a fitting title. Added to my longplaylist. Can recommend also his worthwile Twitch streams on occasion.

bicilotti - 2 points - Impressively composed with abc music in ViM texteditor, on a ten+ year old notebook with broken LCD display. Yet nothing can becloud the beautiful clearness and strict musicality of baroque chamber music. So one point for using efficient computing as logical counterpart of Bach's epoch. And plus 1+ more for applying opensource instrument sound libraries. Well done!

Creamy - 1 point - And I thought Marc being just an overly talented painter and animation artist from France. Now he's also stunning in composing. Or, like in 'Her number on my palm', in collaging tracks with relaxed electronic beats and straightforward guitar play. Catchy track, with the second half being the best.

xBraneX - Underrated in this competition, yet worth your time: An open sounding ambient wavescape, mixed with dolphin sounds and a reduced, iterative base melody. I like it, reminds me a lot of space travelling internet radios. (Besides, not being appraised enough is also kinda cool. Some of the best albums like The Beach Boys 'Pet Sounds' were overlooked at their time.)


Twinsen and Dinofly from Little Big Adventure (1995) (640x480)

General Discussion / Re: Embla, what's wrong?
« on: 19 Apr 2017, 16:56 »
So I have to wait till first sunrays of dawn, I guess.

* gets brought back into her cell

Just saying, the polite and quiet qptain_Nemo wrote years and years on a fantastic new game engine. This tiny demo he shows here is a world premier. A first glimpse with programming art of an actual much larger commercial game.

He alone deserves attention, and really should be everone's watchlist (Amy makes bookmark-placing sound). Since he will surprise us all with what his team is pulling of.

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