Started by Dualnames, Fri 29/07/2011 14:46:04
QuoteThere is no room restriction, might seem funny for a "One Room" competition, but it always ends in discussions about what a room is and I want to see if people have the restraint not to aim too high. So you are allowed to do what you like but be aware of what people have managed to make in past OROW competitions. It is much better to aim low and get something done than to aim for what you think is the most you can do in a week (you probably won't be able to do half of what you expect).
Quote from: Dualnames on Fri 29/07/2011 14:46:04and you're not restricted to using AGS as an engine.
Quote from: Iceboty V7000a on Fri 29/07/2011 14:50:43Quote from: Dualnames on Fri 29/07/2011 14:46:04and you're not restricted to using AGS as an engine.Did you read my reply? I highly recommend that you drop this.
Quote from: Ryan Timothy on Fri 29/07/2011 15:10:25If you want a use any game creator to make an OROW game challenge, then make a different challenge later.
Quote from: Ryan Timothy on Fri 29/07/2011 15:10:25 I imagine lots of people could make tons of cool looking 3D games with easy to use particle effects and such modules/plugins. Or me making a simple physics game with box2d in flash.
Quote from: Ryan Timothy on Fri 29/07/2011 15:10:25How do you compare an AGS game to something like that?
Quote from: qptain Nemo on Fri 29/07/2011 15:25:49Do I really need to point out that adding "cool effects" doesn't instantly make your game to be a winner above everybody else's?
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