Knife Drawer Games
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I've waited eons for your appearance, Mastercoldrice. I found your gameboy-styled tiles a year or two ago and they helped me greatly. These ones are wonderful as well. Have a money!
EDIT: These are the same tiles I found. That's cool, though, now I have license to use them!
The processes kept running after the app was killed and caused a 30 degrees F spike in CPU Temp. You're not mining bitcoins, are you? :P This could be really cool if it was optimized to use less processing power and stop correctly when ended. I also found it easy to replace the fish sprite with my own animation.
Error Ware 2: Demo
A hectic onslaught of offbeat microgames hosted by cute characters, Error Ware 2's demo's definitely got some charm. The microgames are weird and fun, using mouse and keyboard controls to complete odd, sometimes hilarious tasks within a 2 to 5 second period of time to help the host accomplish their mission. The host of the demo's Galaxy Groove level, Gaylien the alien, needs to party and you are their protege, helping them turn a crashed spaceship into a hot, German dance club. If the trend of offbeat characters and hilarious microgames continues, Error Ware 2 has the potential to be the PC's best answer to similar games available on consoles and handhelds. As far as I played (about three times through full rounds until I either died or won) I did not encounter any bugs, so good on the developers there. Overall I'd say 8.65/10, small deduction for Gaylien and their crew looking a little "photoshoppy", but I'm definitely telling my friends and I'm gonna play again.
Gameplay: Fun, Accessible, Hectic, Concept: Casual, Rapidfire Minigame Anthology
Art: Fits the game's tone, and the microgame assets are great, but could look less "photoshoppy" in the Host's cutscenes and multiplayer screens if they cleaned up some lines. Not bad at all, though.
Entertainment Value: High, Potentially addictive in its full form.
Features: "1 controller" Multiplayer, Many, Many, Minigames, funny situations and complete control from a mouse and keyboard.
Sorry, I am still interested, things have just been busy on my end with work, the US presidential election, and my personal projects. I did get a chance to play your demo and will post my review tomorrow. I'll go ahead and email you now.
Wow, Thank you! I will shoot you an email in just a bit and once I go through the pack, I'll post everywhere I know to (twitter, OGA, here, mostly) about it! Do you have any particular preference to anywhere else I should post a review?
My bank still won't allow the transaction because the receiver still requests euros with no conversion option. If you have a way to accept a paypal payment on another platform other than paypal, I can do it, but otherwise, unless the transaction is in USD, my hands are unfortunately tied. I'm very interested in your pack, still.
Weirdly enough, it seems that the save bar at the bottom is no longer hiding from me. Both now and when I posted this issue I was in "take up the whole screen" windowed mode in firefox on a 1366x768 resolution. I can see the button that was inaccessible before, but I don't know if anyone else is experiencing similar issues on their end still. Thanks for you reply.
One of the chief reasons I'm concerned isn't even for just my own visibility, but people like me who probably have assets uploaded incorrectly or otherwise and can't be found in search either.
With your being an admin, I'm sure that should work and I will try that.
But really, why is that a thing? Why in the world should file type matter, and does the upload-module mention this at all? Because if this is why my stuff doesn't pop up, the uploader should tell the user to submit a zip to increase visibility. Also, does this apply to .exes, .pdfs, or any other file extension? I seem to remember being able to search up a few of those that weren't in .zip format.