Let me know how you get on.
Also If I can be of any help with anything else, just ask...
Brilliant video. I had a blast watching you both play and have fun. I really liked that there were two of you and you both enjoyed the experience with each other. I'll take on-board the "quit" while playing and also jumping... Maybe a syntax bomb 2?
"And another infortunate constraint for the color-picking is the spectrum of what-could-be-printed well (with low-budget printing).
So, a lot of "hot colors", no greens, and very clear blues."
AMAZING. I used to work with high-end printers dealing with color, absorption and how different paper stock causes different colors (CMYK vs RGB) etc. You're the first person to come back with coherent knowledge about that - Kudos to you :)
Seeing all the colors with the different backgrounds makes everything clear now - it looks very crisp and clear :) I like it a lot...
Have you considered tweaking the colors slightly? That would really help make things 'pop' and be very eye-catching.
E.G. (apologies for my quick photoshop edit)
I've taken the 3 and 4 cards, slightly deepened the backgrounds, given the numbers a good contrast color and made two distinct sides. ivory and blue
@ crypticHybrid - Thanks for the video. I had great fun watching someone else play it, especially your different approach. And it was almost as good as playing it myself - I shouted at the screen a few times with you :) Excellent... Thankyou
FontSprite has been updated with stability fixes
- now remembers the size and position of the window
- file icons now live at the top of the panels
- new stroke and fill options
- added black, grey and purple background so you can view sprites on different colors