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Have a look at https://criacuervos.itch.io there are some games of mine. The paid ones have a demo (you can play the first hour for free) and I can send you free download keys for the full versions if you are interested. The video is of my last one (only a prototype for now, and still under construction). Have fun!
TIN (Tax identification number)
If I understood correctly, in your country the personal income tax is deducted at source every three months and it is directly transferred to tax authorities by the employer (source https://www.expat.com/en/guide/africa/egypt/14273-tax-in-egypt.html). I would ask the nearest tax office to your place of residence, or your employer. Maybe the number is already on your pay check?
Another hopefully useful link: Ministry of Finance www.mof.gov.eg
The demo is the first hour of the game, it's not different from the paid game, it simply stops the game after more or less one hour. If you like it, write to criacuervos... at ... bluewin ... dot ... ch
I'll be glad to give you keys for the full versions, even if you decide not to stream them. Sorry for the email spelling, I'm trying to avoid bots ...
If you like story-rich RPGs with choices that matter and multiple endings, try one of those below. The first hour is free to play (download demo), if you want the whole game I'll send you a download key. Many thanks and have fun!
Well, for starters you could improve your game page: what about some screenshots from the game? Also important: you can use up to 10 tags, why use only two? Tags not only help customers to find your game but also give them an idea what your game is about. You describe your game in your devlog: why not put the description also into your game page where people can more easily see it? Maybe adding a demo or a short gameplay video? And, last but important: I don't think writing -quote- "You know what, kid? THIS IS MY FIRST GAME SO GO AND LEAVE ME ALONE !!!!!!!!!!!!" -end quote- is the best way to entice people to download and play your game.
It's true that games made with RPG Maker have a hard stand, but it has more to do with the quality of the games than with the engine. Also remember that on itch.io there are more than 150.000 games, so if you want to be seen, its mandatory to put the best effort possible into the gamepage and the game.
I've made good experiences with Udemi, so far. I can recommend "Realistic Lighting for Games" by Wilmer Lin and "Complete C# Unity Developer 3D: Learn to Code Making" by Ben Tristem and Rick Davidsohn. The courses are often on sale, I've never paid more than 12 $ for each, a bargain!
Screenshot from the code making course (my level design and lights, code from Ben Tristem):
thanks for reporting the bug, I'll look into it. Remember that you have 16 slots to save your game, do it often (after every fight or quest) it pays off. Health Potions: there are some in the chests in the cave and, with your uncle's money, you can buy 2 HPs (instead of only one) from the herbalist in the village. In the cave (and in other places, too) you have the option to skip some fights, use it to avoid the strongest enemies (strategical choices go a long way if you have to survive, lol). Of course you cannot avoid the boss fight: drink a potion every time your health reaches 50%! Thanks for downloading my game, have fun! You can also reach me on email@example.com if you want to share your progress or have questions.
Hi Nate, welcome aboard! If you like RPGs /stories / hard choices / adventures why not have a look at my games? They both have free demos (the first hour of gameplay). Enjoy!
If you like to play RPG's with good stories here are my two games for you. The free demos cover the first hour of gameplay, for more DM me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you a free download key. Many thanks and have fun!
Thanks very much for standing up for RPG Maker! I've never understood why people can hate a game only because the dev used this game engine. I've also used RPG Maker Ace for my 2 games, spent more than 750 hours on each to polish, try out interesting game mechanics and write good stories, and it taught me a lot about game design too; when you don't have all the nice graphics options of Unity etc. you have to think very hard to make the best of your little engine. So, I'll gladly try out your game and wish you the best of luck!
I have two RPG-games for you. Benjamin of Blackstone Edge is a classical coming-of-age tale in which you play as a 17-year-old farm boy in a medieval/fantasy setting. After many adventures and hard choices, if all goes well, you'll end up as the new king. The game has 2 main branches, different ends and many sidequests.
In Moonstone Deep, also an RPG, you can enjoy interesting tales, play detective and solve a hideous crime, fight deadly enemies, solve intriguing puzzles, play minigames, win/lose your money at gambling, loot, trade, open a bank account and much more. Tough choices await you and three possible ends: happy end, bad end, and permadeath. You start in the rich mining village of Moonstone Deep and play as Ryan Manolesta, a thief.
Both games have a FREE demo (the first hour of gameplay), try it out! If you like them, send me an email at email@example.com and I'll send you free download codes. In the game pages you will find screenshots and videos. Have fun!
Many thanks for offering us this opportunity! Take care.
I've made 2 RPG story driven games https://criacuervos.itch.io/moonstone-deep and https://criacuervos.itch.io/benjamin-of-blackstone-edge . They both have a free demo (about 1 hour of gameplay). Maybe they suit your channel, try them out. If you need more gameplay, write me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you free download codes. Many thanks!
I can recommend https://freesound.org/ for sound effects. They have the most amazing sound effects for free (most with CC Attribution licence). Licenses are explained on the site. Nearly all sounds can also be used in payed games, you don't have to pay fees. And I don't mean "beep" and "boop" sounds, but amazing "swamps at night" registered live, "real storms", "blacksmith working" and so on. I've used this site for all of my games.
if you visit the unity store (www.assetstore.unity.com) you'll find two free assets that maybe suit your purposes: one is called UnderWater Diving (Pixel Art Kit; third image) and the other Underwater Fantasy (Pixel Art; second image). Then there is an absolutely lovely "2d Under Water Pack", (first image) but it is expensive ... Have fun building your game!