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Hello! My name is Tom-Olivier Martin and I am a Narrative Designer with many years of industry experience.

I'm currently looking to contribute my writing skills to projects requiring a writer. I have experience writing lore, descriptions, in-game dialogue, and scripts requiring voice-acting. I can write in many different styles and voices and craft stories to fit different genres and themes. For example, I've written for a game that was science-fiction/crime/comedy, a game that was fairy-tale/horror, and another that was educational/dating-sim/sexy. You can check out my portfolio here: https://tomartin.wixsite.com/tomoliviermartin

Currently, I'm prioritizing paid offers (meaning payment either up-front and/or upon delivery, in addition to a share in future revenue -- actual figures are negotiable).

Feel free to PM me with questions!

Awesome! Thanks!

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My Pet Kingdom, originally designed for the #Lowrezjam 2016, has been improved with music, sound, a save/load system, and new structures and resources to discover! The game is now technically 64x74 pixels, but I couldn't have done it without that jam!

You start with nothing, but by collecting resources and placing them in different places and on different structures, you can soon build up a small town! The challenge is to build a tower, a church, a well, and some roads. The game is endless and is meant to be something you come back to every now and then. Enjoy discovering what everything does!


https://tomoliviermartin.itch.io/my-pet-kingdom

The demo version and the paid version are almost identical; the only difference is the save feature only works on the paid version.

Hey! Thanks for the feedback! I agree with everything you've said and I do plan on making something a bit more developed than this. This was originally created for a game jam, so it's mostly just a brain dump of an idea, but I do hope to make something a little more user-friendly in the future!

Thanks for the feedback! I'm glad you enjoyed it!

@clemonades Thanks for the feedback! I'm glad you enjoyed it! It was my first time doing pixel art on such a small scale (on any scale, actually) but I'm pleased with the results!

Very smooth! Nice, clear design with a bit of depth! I quite enjoyed it!

@JackOatley Thanks for the feedback and screenshot! It's good to see how far people actually manage to get!

@okaybenji Will do as soon as I get my hands on a mac!

If you are using GameMaker and wish to zoom in while avoiding having your pixels blur, do the following:

In your project, go to: Global Settings > Windows (or whatever your platform) > Graphics > Check "Interpolate colors between pixels" off