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Frosty Doll

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Nov 7, 2006 | 11:03 PM EST

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Hey just a real basic game... very simple... create your own goals or w/e lol have fun...comments are always welcomed please visit www.boogames.ca or e-mail boofool@hotmail.com

Reviews


GoatMaggot666GoatMaggot666

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

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i like games like this, but this 1 is just irritating!



maxxistmaxxist

Rated 4 / 5 stars

very good

is this a xmas version of boneless girl? because it is exactly the same but with a snowman. and a christmass song.

lol

mAx


boomoto responds:

Lol its the same engine... nothing really special about it.. thought it would be fun to play around with, plus i need a game to start off the winter season... I would give credit for who ever designed the engine however i have no idea who did... I going to come back to this in a bit and some stuff like a hit count or sumthing after/get bored of my other couple games i'm workign on


Nintygamer12345Nintygamer12345

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad...

It starts off the Crimbo season nicely. (Poor Frosty lols)

Nice to hear a Christmas carol on a game.
Good interactivity.

Graphics could do with a little more work though.

Not a bad first try...

Things to work on: graphics.



KillerkbKillerkb

Rated 0 / 5 stars

God damn...

why does everybody makes stuff like this?

Its done so many times before.
It really is no fun annymore.
And besides that, this one was ugly to.

I suggest that IF you need to make a... thing... like this.
Upgrade the graphics, and get rid of that gradient.

also the song was VERRY lame.

But yeah, i gues it was a nice try.

didn't like it tough ^^



Xen0m0rphXen0m0rph

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad, but I already saw this kind of clips...

...and I read in the review below that free source code exists on the Internet for this.
Do you (or anyone else) have the url where you can get the source code? I'd be interested to have a look at it for educational purpose (I'm really courious about the physical model implemented here).
Thanks in advance!