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Aug 8, 2012 | 12:57 PM EDT

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I Can't Really Think Of A Good Thing To Say Here.
EDIT:August 11::
Please,Give Helpful Reviews This Is My First Dress Up Game.
I Might Edit This In The Future,But,Please Don't Force Me.
Please,Stop The Criticism,Thank You.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty good but you need to upgrade the art and the clothes I can see them drawed


Rated 3 / 5 stars

This is pretty good! I don't even know how to make dress up games... only interactive...
But from exsperiants (I don't know how to spell that) you don't need people to say that it's retarded or stupid. Good job!

MaggieTheFox14 responds:



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad, I can tell you have the potential to improve your skills. ^_^

MaggieTheFox14 responds:

Finally,Something Nice.^^ Thank You Very Much.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

The game was alright, but it was glitchy & It was hard for me to drag the clothes.

MaggieTheFox14 responds:

I'm Sorry,I Wish I Knew How To Fix That.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

I voted two stars both ways because this game doesn't really bring much or anything at all to the table. You created a simple dress up game -- with unique artwork, to boot, good job on that. I liked the outfits, you definitely spent a few hours on drawing Maggie and her clothing -- the effort made me hopeful that the game would match the quality of the artwork.

Sadly, it didn't. But here's some improvement points that I guarantee will boost your score in the future.

First off, most noticeably, there's no music or sound effects to draw my attention! At least a nice loop, or soft accompaniment in the background to set a mood. And then there's no sound at all! At least a confirmation or drag sound, just put something. A tick would even be nice. Otherwise, you just have the artwork to rely on.

Which is my second point of improvement. The artwork was good, it was nice on the eyes. But where oh where is the customization? You could really only drag set outfits onto the character, and then some random accessories. That's all and good, but where's the wow factor there? What if I want to mix and match, and just have some kooky fun with this? The game mechanics essentially eliminate that, and it hurts my take away from the game. Also, where's the backdrop? Blank space can be done correctly -- here, you need a solid color or light pattern to catch the eye.

My final point is to ensure that the outfits cover the character completely. Several outfits did not do that -- try to work from the same stencil when you make a dress up game. Otherwise, you'll have a sloppy execution.

Good luck on future games, you have potential and I hope you continue to explore the wonderful world of Flash!
SGC [Connor]

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MaggieTheFox14 responds:

About The Music And Sound Effects,I Seriously Had No Idea How To Include Any.The Tutorials I Watched Didn't Call For Any.
And I Basically Didn't Know How To Add More Colors Or Options Either.
I Haven't Created Any Dressup Games Before,So This Review Of Yours Felt Like A Slap In The Face.
And Mostly,I Made Sure Of The Fact They Covered Her.And I Also Didn't Know What Backdrop Was Or How To Add It.Last,I Don't Know How Anybody Found Your Review Helpful.It Felt More Insulting To Me.
However,I'm Glad You Believe You Could've Helped Me.