How does the two colour limit work if I make a 3D game, is that per component or model/character e.g. warrior, armour, shield, sword could be seperate models elements but in a sprite they would be one?
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There is of course PUBG and other games that have adopted BR style mechanics.
And culturally there are lots of examples of the Survival Thriller/Horror.
- Battle Royale (Film/Manga)
- Hunger Games
- Maze Runner
- Highlander (Film)
- Most Zombie Movies/TV
- The Belko Experiment (Film)
- Most Apocalyptic/Distopian Films.
To name a few.
Do BR mechanics push for a more Hollywood plot line?
The player is:
- Dropped into a strange version of reality.
- They have to survive and equip themselves for survival.
- They are pushed into a big confrontation to survive, overcome and escape their predicament.
Are there more interesting and diverse versions of the Genre that could be made into a game?
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I think your premise is interesting, however where can I find a list of interesting historical events or fictional adventures that are based in and around Bournemouth, also what is there of interest in and around Bournemouth?
Quote CGA Standard Mode:
By setting the high-intensity bit, brighter versions of these modes can be accessed. The 1:1.2 pixel aspect ratio needs to be taken into account when drawing large geometrical shapes on the screen.
It only gives you a dull and bright version of the 4 colours but would allow for basic shading without as much dithering.
Source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/... Under Standard Graphics Mode.
So can we use high and low intensity colours for a full 8 colours (4 x 2 shades)?
Is there too many game jams on itch.io (currently 33 on the list)?
What if itch.io could only have one jam starting per day, or a maximum of 5 game jams at any one time.
Game jam ideas could be submitted to the community and voted on, with the winning idea getting the game jam slot.
With a queuing mechanism old high voted game jams could drop into slots when there is a game jam idea drought.
I have quite a few games on itch, so could I request the new project button be placed on top of the dashboard?
Also what about individual analysis graphs per game on their own row?
Also a game filter would be handy...
I like taking part in game Jams and Ludum Dare and itch has the option to host and join game jams which is great.
So could there be a faster way to jump to game jams your taking part in or hosting?