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Thanks. I fear it will be even more difficult to see depth when the camera is moved back further.
Glad we could give you the experience of doing drugs without the harmful effects :p Don't do drugs, kids!
Now I understand. Thanks for explaining it.
I think dedicating to a review site, whose purpose is solely trying to create a searchable list of good games on itch, is not the best solution. It may work, but I think it requires a tremendous dedication and possibly lots of resources.
I think big authority sites like kotaku, rock-paper-shotgun, etc. could try and help generate traffic. It is in their interest to tell people about every cool game available to their readers.
How to get to them is a whole different issue :p
Let me try to find a solution for you. I will get back to you.
First off, you can try to hold the alt-key when starting the game. A resolution dialog should pop up.
Otherwise hat you could try (while we try to get the grip on a more definite solution) is try to use the following command line arguments:
-screen-fullscreen Override the default full-screen state. This must be 0 or 1.
-screen-height Override the default screen height. This must be an integer from a supported resolution (e.g. 720).
-screen-width Override the default screen width. This must be an integer from a supported resolution (e.g. 1280).
So run it with -screen-fullscreen 0 -screen-height 720 -screen-width 1280
If you are not familiar with command line options, let me know.
Hello, My name is Sybren. I have been a game-developer for 6 years now. In 2014 we (me and 3 colleagues) released the game Reign of Bullets. Last Global Game Jam we worked on Hyper Time: Disruptor with a small team. We decided to work some more on it and put it on itch. (https://laserbrick.itch.io/hyper-time-disruptor).
At the moment I teach a variety of students in the arts of programming.
It has been a while since your last post. Did you find a site for the review?
I was thinking, maybe you could start at www.metacritic.com it has a user-review section, although these are small reviews.
If you are looking to write longer reviews, maybe try a site like: http://www.gameskinny.com/write-with-us/ It seems like a good opportunity to start as a review writer.
As for me. I am currently looking for people who want to review the pay-what-you-want game Hyper Time: Disruptor. The game is available for download here on itch.io (https://laserbrick.itch.io/hyper-time-disruptor)
I think it helps to post the link of your review (when it is accepted) everywhere you possibly can. Of course it is always a good idea to post it somewhere near the download page as well. When you have your review, we can add a 'reviews' section in the game description where we can link to your review (as well as others).
Succes in your journey to become a great game reviewer.