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selmiak:

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--- Quote ---this is great. I longplayed the demo
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Thanks! technically it would be a shortplay, wouldn't it?  (laugh)

I have a query. Did you notice that there is a slight difference in color tones between the original and your capture? I noticed it mostly in the reddish tones, which in your capture look more like orange. Not that I'm complaining, but it caught my attention and I don't know if anyone mentioned it to you before. :grin:

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a way-too-short-play! Gimme more! :)

some colors might appear different when you record off of the screen, either from my gfx card, display settings or from colorspace settings in OBS or from rendering the whole thing in 16:9 in AE and whatnot, but I didn't notice fatal colorchanges.

Chomba:
Nah, don't worry, it's just a detail that I found curious.


--- Quote ---a way-too-short-play! Gimme more!
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I'm on it!

Pogwizd:
What a lovely demo! I really liked the puzzles, because they never held me back for too long, as well as the animations. It was nice to see a dedicated animation to each action. I agree with everyone above sensing The Flight of the Amazon Queen or Indiana Jones vibes. Comparing to other AGS games I’ve played recently (only a couple, really) the voice acting was a nice addition. Also, I loved Miguel :D

Two things:
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- I downloaded the game today from itch.io, and there was a warning txt file saying: Script : (room:3)[R 30] Wait() was used in Player Enters Screen - use Enters Screen After Fadein instead

- I got confused by one thing. When Harrison talks to Miguel, Miguel hints at the fact that they journey into the jungle took a full day. However, when being confronted by the Professor, it is shown that Miguel and the Doc are already tied up and kept at something that looked like a deck of a ship. Which suggested that the thugs already made their way back to the shore with the captives. I am guessing there might be other explanations for it, but I thought some may find it inconsistent. Sorry, if I am being too picky, but I just thought I’d share my thoughts. Don’t get me wrong, though, this was an awesome demo :)

Chomba:

--- Quote ---What a lovely demo! I really liked the puzzles, because they never held me back for too long, as well as the animations. It was nice to see a dedicated animation to each action. I agree with everyone above sensing The Flight of the Amazon Queen or Indiana Jones vibes. Comparing to other AGS games I’ve played recently (only a couple, really) the voice acting was a nice addition. Also, I loved Miguel :D
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Thanks, I´m glad you liked it :D. In fact, Miguel is very lovable haha.

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--- Quote ---- I downloaded the game today from itch.io, and there was a warning txt file saying: Script : (room:3)[R 30] Wait() was used in Player Enters Screen - use Enters Screen After Fadein instead

- I got confused by one thing. When Harrison talks to Miguel, Miguel hints at the fact that they journey into the jungle took a full day. However, when being confronted by the Professor, it is shown that Miguel and the Doc are already tied up and kept at something that looked like a deck of a ship. Which suggested that the thugs already made their way back to the shore with the captives. I am guessing there might be other explanations for it, but I thought some may find it inconsistent. Sorry, if I am being too picky, but I just thought I’d share my thoughts. Don’t get me wrong, though, this was an awesome demo :)
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- I have no idea what that is because the game runs smoothly, you are talking about the text inside the warnings.log , no?

- Miguel says it took them a whole day to get there through the middle of the jungle (on foot), which doesn't mean that the bad guys don't have cars or know about other roads.
On the other hand, when harrison is climbing the vine there are two time ellipses: "a while later" and "Incredibly later" which would have given them enough time to get to the ship. By the way, it was not Weaver and Mice who took them to the ship, but the other henchmen mentioned at the beginning of the conversation with Weaver.

FireFlower:
Looks good. Feel free to contact me if you want it in my store as well.

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