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Messages - Danvzare

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Awesome! Another update!

I'm still looking forward to this. :-D
This is definitely a game I'm going to play when it's released.

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The Rumpus Room / Re: *Guess the Movie Title*
« on: Yesterday at 13:39 »
Twilight Zone.

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Does looking at random objects and saying "Nice!" count?
Yes... yes it does. Even I do that one.

I try to squeeze in “You crack me up little buddy” whenever I can.
Same here. Unfortunately that's not many places you can use that one. :~(

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You could easily have several games in one, if you built the basic framework in the right way.

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The Rumpus Room / Re: Group hug!
« on: Yesterday at 13:34 »
It's like playing spot-the-difference with these group hug pictures. (laugh)

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Well I would definitely play it. It certainly sounds like the type of game I would enjoy, that's for sure.

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Adventure Related Talk & Chat / Re: A game for Halloween
« on: 15 Oct 2018, 12:29 »
Anyway, this thread is a good idea, we could collect games that fit the halloween theme, like Stupot's Halloween Watchlist.
Does a "game that's so bad, it'll make you have nightmares from how terrible it was, even though it had no horror elements" count?
If so, I might be able to contribute to that list. (laugh)

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The Rumpus Room / Re: Group hug!
« on: 15 Oct 2018, 12:25 »
Kastchey sure knows how to give a good hug. Although I guess those vines do help.

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The Rumpus Room / Re: Name the Game
« on: 15 Oct 2018, 12:23 »
Space Pirates and Zombies?

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The Rumpus Room / Re: Happy Birthday Thread!
« on: 15 Oct 2018, 12:22 »
Happy birthday Cat.
Sorry, I don't have a mouse for you. Tabata has proven tricky at capturing. (laugh)

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Using Photoshop to make pixel art, is like trying to dig a small hole for your flowers using an excavator machine.

Of course if you're wanting to make something a lot more detailed than pixel art, then Photoshop and Illustrator are definitely the way to go.

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Welcome to the forums ArsCreativa.
I look forward to seeing what you make. :-D

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The Rumpus Room / Re: Group hug!
« on: 12 Oct 2018, 12:53 »
Group hug.... Now go on a make and game (laugh)

Hey, if any people in this topic want to make Group Hug: The Game in AGS, I'll happily contribute ideas and dialogue!

I would gladly contribute in any way I can as well.

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Ooh that "Paint of Persia" looks useful. I might see about using that one day, and actually try my hand at rotoscoping.

Thanks Retro Wolf, I'm going to try out that pixelator program. I'm not going to use it for my game as it is commercial and then would require me to spend actual money, but it gives me an idea for a music video! (Kinda like this interesting sounding Paint of Persia thing but quicker, eh!)
I tried using Pixelator once. I found that it required more time and effort to perfect the settings so you got something that looked as good as the examples shown on the website, than it did to just scale it down using nearest neighbour, and edit it yourself.
But that was just my experience.

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The Rumpus Room / Re: Group hug!
« on: 11 Oct 2018, 12:45 »
* Jumps onto the group and gives them a big hug

I hope I didn't break anyone's back by doing that. (laugh)

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Ugh, I hate those types of puzzles. They're just pure logic. I'm the kind of guy, who when he was a kid, instead of putting the shapes in the right holes, instead tried to force the wrong shape so much, that the lid came off and I could easily put all of the shapes in.

I did that as a kid, and I operate under the same logic to this day.

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Storyboarding (if any): I use yED for my puzzle-dependency charts, as well as notepad and Microsoft Word for writing down the basic plot and any ideas I might have.
Paint Backgrounds: Paint.NET.
Make Sprites: Paint.NET
Make Animations: Paint.NET, sometimes Asesprite to help with the visualisation.
Sound Effects: I either use Bfxr and edit it slightly with Audacity, or I simply record something straight onto Audacity
Music: I've got this brilliant midi music generator called Diatonic Composer, which I usually use to make my music before I edit it slightly using Anvil Studio.

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Good thing I don't use Windows 10.

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The Rumpus Room / Re: Who made Snarky moderator?
« on: 09 Oct 2018, 14:08 »
Look, apart from a bit of controversy from that "Where`s m0ds?" thread, where I think Snarky did a good job at explaining himself. I see no reason for this attack on Snarky.
Sure, he can get a bit "snarky" (laugh) at times, but so can I and quite a few others here on this forum.

If you think Snarky is bad, you clearly haven't been to many forums. I can name all of the forum assholes I've encountered during my time on the internet (seriously, they are a memorable bunch), and no one on this forum even comes close to any of them in terms of behaviour.

In other words, I think this all seems rather uncalled for if you ask me.

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Recruitment / Re: Web comic - Proofreader wanted
« on: 08 Oct 2018, 15:23 »
4.batman
I've disguised myself as BATMAN again
now I'm ready to save the world
together with SUPER-GIRL
sorry, but this will not work
whuay?
v1
Because I've become pregnant
so now fuck off from my residence before Superman comes back
v2
your rant makes my bellyache dude
Besides it's too late to save anything

(I had to change that last line a lot, because it just didn't make any sense to me.)





I like chess, it helps me relax...
one or two games on my favorite chess-portal and I feel great again
let's begin
after a few tactical moves...
haha!!! what a noob! I will checkmate him in four moves!
This guy is bloody weak, I could beat him without seeing the board!
Oh yeah! Let's change to blind mode!
You will be astonished soon...
one...
two...
three..
and f#ck, how could I miss it!!!

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