Started by Atelier, Sun 01/02/2015 19:20:52
Quote from: Turb0laz3r on Mon 02/02/2015 23:49:45Hi.Total noob here.Just to clarify, it IS OK to team up to work on a MAGS game?And if so,does anybody have Ron Gilbert's phone number?
Quote from: Atelier on Tue 03/02/2015 00:10:23Yes, working in teams is completely allowed. Sorry, I don't have Ron Gilbert's, but I can give you Rhod Gilbert's instead?
QuoteEntering MAGS is simple. First, conceptualise your game following the month's criteria(...)
Quote from: st. on Mon 09/02/2015 10:40:04Anyway, do I have to announce that I may enter the competition? Or do I have to give preliminary details about the game? I see it done, but I would like to know if there's a rule about it.
Quote from: Atelier on Sun 01/02/2015 19:20:52(...)templates are also allowed.(...)
Quote(...)You are not allowed to use material already created before this competition(...)
Quote from: Atelier on Thu 12/02/2015 13:13:34(...)the save/load menu you describe doesn't sound like anything over and above that included in the default AGS template. If two lines of code are so trivial in nature, as to be something that all entrants can reasonably be expected to create or dowse from a template, it will probably be ok. Unless of course those two lines form a substantial part of the distinctiveness or operation of the game, and that is the critical question.
Quote from: Atelier on Thu 12/02/2015 13:13:34JenniBee: Yes, that sounds fine. As long as nothing tangible/physical that was created before the competition started is used, it will probably be ok. It's hard to restrict mere ideas that people had before the competition - to what extent will the concept art be used?
Quote from: Atelier on Thu 12/02/2015 13:13:34But that's an extreme example, and at the other end of the spectrum we have simple framework code, something that I'm sure most entrants have recycled to some extent. In this case, the save/load menu you describe doesn't sound like anything over and above that included in the default AGS template. If two lines of code are so trivial in nature, as to be something that all entrants can reasonably be expected to create or dowse from a template, it will probably be ok. Unless of course those two lines form a substantial part of the distinctiveness or operation of the game, and that is the critical question.
Quote from: BSP on Wed 18/02/2015 22:16:46@JenniBee I like your Edgar Allan Poe; what's that on his left though?
Quote from: JenniBee on Thu 19/02/2015 21:22:46Quote from: BSP on Wed 18/02/2015 22:16:46@JenniBee I like your Edgar Allan Poe; what's that on his left though?Thanks. The person whose character the being on his left belongs to had an avatar of an anenome with sunglasses. I was told that I could do anything with the body, so I went overboard. It's part anenome, part chicken, part giraffe, and part crocodile. And it's going to have a big part in the plot.
Quote from: BSP on Wed 25/02/2015 14:56:59Atelier, I'd like to ask if you could extend the deadline by a few days.Firstly, February is a short month, this one has just 28 days - that's two days of extension.
Quote from: xil on Fri 27/02/2015 20:51:57I would also like to ask for a bit of an extension if that's okay. 2 days would be fine, or a little longer if it suits others?
Quote from: st. on Sat 28/02/2015 14:01:58I'm not sure if this is expected of me but I'm ok with the extension.
Quote from: Atelier on Sat 28/02/2015 14:25:41(...)So how does 5th March sound for everybody as the new deadline?
Quote from: Radiant on Sun 01/03/2015 10:35:17Sure, but can we also start the March MAGS on March 1st?
Quote from: LeafThief on Thu 05/03/2015 16:38:44Yeah well. I'm not gonna make it on time D: It was probably a stupid idea in the first place to try and finish while attending a conference but you never know, right? So sorry for that.
Quote from: MAGS Host on Wed 18/03/2015 22:41:27IAMJASON by xil - 3 votesScenario 5B by Hobo - 5 votes
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