At 2/12/04 01:31 AM, -nightwish- wrote:
If it was on GBA, it could probably rival some of the high-budget games, but as you stand now, you're kinda outmatched. Which makes your company name sort of ironic. And inspiring. Who knows :) If you get every "fat kid" and oldschool player on the net hooked on this kinda console game, maybe you can create a nice spot in the market for small developpers.
-Tom Fulp has built Newgrounds from the ground up, largely on support from gamers who couldn't get enough of his innovative and humorous games. Newgrounds has over448,521 users, excluding people who haven't signed up yet, which sets up nearly half a million people who are already fans of his work and will probably buy his game (ignoring the skeptics of course). I have complete confidence in Tom's adventure into software capitalism. Even though Tom doesn't have a multi-million dollar budget, he DOES have credibility. I know I'm personally going to buy this game, not only because it looks fun, but also to help support Newgrounds. After all, you wouldn't even be reading this forum if it weren't for the "FULP crew".
If you're a Newgrounds supporter, I think you owe it to Tom to buy this game and try to get others to do it also. He's worked hard to please his fans in the past, and I'm sure he'll do it again with "Alien Hominid".