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FeatheredAdventures

Don't worry, I'm not MIA or KIA

The last few weeks of this semester has been pretty brutal after Spring Break ended.  My college semester ends on th 29th of April and my final exams are on May 5th so I've got a lot on my plate.  First I want to say thank you to everyone that has sent me private messages about the glitches and problems in Babysitting Cream.  I have organized them and chances are most of the major ones have been identified.  I haven't had time to fix them just as Aval0n hasn't had time to do art streams because of our college experiences but maybe this summer we'll have something going on.

Actually, my plan for the summer is to take the summer off from college since I only have about 10 credits left that is spread out to three classes, all of which don't take place in the same semester (blame the community college I'm going to).  While spending some time with BSC I'm also going to try and take on my own little project.  Of course I can already hear everyone screaming, "Which one!  You have like 10 unfinished project ideas you've posted on here, as well as 20 more you've written in a word document!"

Yeah...  I've burnt a lot of bridges because of my inability to focus on one project.  I have a lot of stuff written down but it seems that I have a bit of a commitment issue.  Part of it is that I'm just not experienced enough to handle anything bigger then Babysitting Cream.  That and I've kind of become disillusioned with visual novel games as well as point and click games too.  There's nothing wrong with that genre but I just haven't felt that happy with it for a while.  I want to make an action adventure platforming game.

So that's probably what I'll be working on this summer.  A platforming game to play around with that's small, straight to the point, and something adult and furry for fun.  Until then I might post some of my game idea documents, perhaps inspire someone to create something too.  Anywho, that's all that's going on on my end.  ^v^
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Added: 5 years, 7 months ago
 
AkiraTepes
5 years, 7 months ago
Have you taken a look at the game maker engine that
humbird0
humbird0
uses?
blackkingclaw
5 years, 7 months ago
hey i got into colloge this year so i know how hard take your time
JamesWN
5 years, 7 months ago
But what about... AWOL? >.> *dun dun duuuuun*
MystBunny
5 years, 7 months ago
Those platform demos look tasty and promising. Looking forward to whatever you put out. ^_^
humbird0
5 years, 7 months ago
Incidentally, my Castlemania platformer game has a level-editor too.
Well... that and the older Plarformer game.

I also have a few sample game-engines included with my Flash Tools. One of them is a simpler version of the platformer game.

But if you want a starting place to make your own platformer without relying on my game editor, you can use this one. It's fairly bare-bones, but has scrolling and collision programmed for you.



I find that the trick to starting a project is convincing yourself it'll be quick and easy. (even if that's a lie)
And the trick to resuming a project is to reinvent part of it, because the most important thing for motivation is being able to come up with new ideas and pursue them. If that means giving your old game a completely new story, then so be it.
ultimagamer666
5 years, 7 months ago
i actually liked humbird0's babysitting club 2 game (though i wished it had more) so if you made a bsc game similar to that with like the same story that would be cool. also don't be discouraged about graphic novel games because the players imagination does most of the work for you lol
Terl
5 years, 7 months ago
Modern games forget the most important thing. It aint how a game Looks, its how a game IS. If you made a platformer where the main character was just a stick figure, but the action was quick, snappy, responsive, with solvable mind breaking puzzles etc. Dammint, thats VVVVVVVVVVVV. 8(

See what I mean? Stick figures in these days.

If you want to overextend yourself and try stupid complexity, theres always Creams petsitting club, Chaos tentacle edition. 8}
ultimagamer666
5 years, 7 months ago
i agree its all about the quality of the game not the graphics though graphics help that's only like a third or fourth of a good game the story and content of the game is the vast majority of it
jgreek
5 years, 7 months ago
have you tried RPG maker ?
RogerRabbit323
5 years, 7 months ago
Take your time ! Anticipation make better games !!
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