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I just wanted to compliment you on Maximum Apocalypse. It looks really good.
I bought the base set and the Gothic one (as I'm a big classic horror fan).
I also picked up Brass Empire.
I may not get to play any of them anytime soon, though, as my printer is out of color ink, but I wanted to show some support for the games.
Thank you for being interested in making a nice quality game that's solo-friendly, and making it available in PnP.
Have you thought about combining the older expansions into a bundle?
Buying multiple items in a short amount of time, even with Paypal, makes my bank get suspicious.
Enjoying the game so far. Granted, I haven’t gotten to the warping stage, yet.
There was a game I played on Big Fish’s site where you flew a cargo plane. All you really did was deliver cargo, give passengers rides or buy/sell goods. It was very chill, with no combat. I really liked it.
This game has a similar vibe, but with a Han Solo ‘keep the ship in working order’ feel to it.
I really like the aesthetics of the game. The computer screen with it’s old school display and beeps, the various tools and their uses.
I also like the cargo is handled and physically moved to and from the ship.
You’ve done a good job so far and I can’t wait to see what else you add it the game.
Thanks, everyone. This has been real informative. Making a list of things to check out.
I forgot to mention that I used a private Discord server for the initial writing. It was an easy way to have access on my phone to type it all up, then I just copied and pasted on the pc from Discord to Photoshop.
I don't know about Adobe. I've been trying to break away from using Photoshop because of their 'leasing' and not 'owning' sales model. But it's been hard. It took me about 20 years to get where I am now with Photoshop. I'm no master, but I'm at a place of comfortable confidence. I'm sure there's quite a few people that feel stuck with them for the same reasons. It's a beast to learn.
I downloaded a few other art programs in the last few months to start moving away from Photoshop. Corel, Gimp and Krita are the top contenders. I picked up the Corel bundle not too long ago, and was real impressed with it. The gradients are so much smoother than in Photoshop and everything blends nicer. I also noticed that Inkscape can open Corel files.
But still, if I want to do something, it's easier for me to jump into Photoshop to do it. I'm going to have to force myself to not go there first if I'm going to learn to use another program.
I’m three-quarters done with my submission and it’s going to be the first pdf I’ve ever created from scratch.
As I reach the finish line, it occurred to me that my workspace is going to limit my output.
I used Photoshop for everything. Images, text, formatting and layout... And I’ll be using it to make the pdf.
It wasn’t until I was half done that it finally hit me that the pdf was going to be image-based without any kind of text searching. It would be much similar to a printed book in that effect.
I recently was suggested to try out Inkscape for handling the text and pdf conversion. I downloaded it and did the first tutorial yesterday. I do not see me learning it fast enough to reconstruct the 30 pages I’ve done so far, however.
So, I’m curious, what programs are you all using for your workspace? What works for you?
Love the original Alien film, so I had to try this.
Journal writing games are new to me and I find something with a timer (such as the blocks or the Kings) really helps keep them from turning into a walking simulator.
I had some hesitation at first, but the prompts were so well detailed that the writing came easy.It felt almost effortless.
While your writing was the main reason, I think I could also attribute some of the credit to my liking of the film.
It wasn't difficult at all to get into the right headspace for it.
Overall, an enjoyable experience despite my character dying on Day 7 after finally making some progress.
Played this as my first Wretched & Alone experience, as I'm a big fan of Clue, Murder by Death and Agatha Christie.
Since I hadn't played The Wretched or any of the other W&A games up to that point, I really didn't have the basic knowledge to fall back on.
I think Murder! would play better for someone more experienced with the system.
For me, I had two issues.
The first was that when I drew the initial cards, I mistakenly thought that they were to handle the investigation of the murder of the host. Until I drew the room and wondered how his body could be found in both the Bathroom and the Kitchen.
So I ended up changing the name of the victim to someone else and continuing on from there.
The second was that it felt like it just went from murder to murder with quick succession. There was no intermission for detective work. At least not that I could see.
I do want to thank you for putting out an item that brings attention to the traditional murder mystery, however.
I hope I'm not too critical of it.
I'll likely come back to it later once I have more experience with W&A.
I previously bought the older Mythos Horror pack (and several others) on Steam for VX Ace.
I find the character portraits very useful.
Thank you for including these in the Social Justice bundle.
Any plans for more modern character templates?