Thanks! But AI Dungeon beat me big time on this! =D (Thanks uncle Jobel to stream this gem btw!)
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Kinda retro (more than these "omg im so 8bit), the concept displays a good sense of game design, but the level design is really terrible for the late levels (it helps to strengthen the retro feel, though).
Nope, the idea has already been thought and the fusion mechanics makes the player loose points (indirectly) on purpose. The game was made easy on purpose so we had to think about being challenging nonetheless.
I also have some body issues (not about my weight, I'm kinda slim for my height but still in a healthy shape) and, as a martial artist, I kinda relate about your comic. This kind of workout ( punching, kicking and growing muscles among other things*) is pretty good for one self-esteem and mental health! I'll definitely buy it in a couple of days!
*: Yeah, not really girly but eff it, it still makes our bodies amazing!
I would like to know if it is allowed to do a brand new game about some existing non-RPG license (while developing a whole - underused - part universe out of it, so it's still worldbuilding)? I hesitate between two projects and your answer will help me to pick one!
It was natural to me since we already have this choice IRL and it's up to one to save or destroy the world. I didn't want to make a moralizing game but instead conveying the message that everybody is responsible to their actions. My team understood my ideas well and made a really good job here!
Due to the lack of a Discord server (the link at their website expired) and the jam not being referenced at crowdforge, I thought it would be useful to have a teaming-up topic to help those who would like to participate but aren't really developers.
I, myself, have a game designer / project manager profile and am currently learning how to use Unity. I've some ideas for my project but don't know if I'll participate yet. I really want to, though. I usually make my GDDs at Trello since it's easier to use for small project. For bigger projects, I plan to use some actual specification from the validated features of my Trello board.
So, if you wanna team up, feel free to post here ! (if BeGames is OK with the whole idea).
I'm about to write my story (actually, I'm developing an idea I have for month) and I'm wondering if I have to write the full summary from the beggining to the end (since the jam is kinda long) or just a long pitch to develop the lore, characters and main issues of the story.
Thanks for the answer!