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Just testing out some mechanics for my new game. Use Enter to talk to the person in the house.
Dude, this is where you go? Is that why you're so distant? You gotta tell me the program you use to make games and make them compatible for sharing... Tell me the link bro!
Nah, I'm not here much. The main ways to contact me is on Scratch or Twitter.
Most of what I want to say is already in other reviews you've replied to, but I also wanted to point out that it's really odd being able to "talk" to the girl in the house from across the room in a (basically) top-down game.
-_- Sorry, I rushed it.
The sword pointer was "pointless", but it will probably be some sort of attack method when the game is finished, perhaps?
The spawn point should be the house's door when you exit the house.
Good graphics and RPG ftw.
Yeah! RPG FTW! In the full game, the battles will have a mouse-based attack scheme.
I don't get it. Of course people are going to give you low reviews on this...I give one because I'm not sure why you would upload something like this...just dying to get some praise on it? Obviously it works if you've already tested it on your workstation and you get no debugging errors from your compiler.
In the future, please give us something more substantial.
Well, it's more for some of my friends who want to test it out...
Hopefully this game would be a hit, seriously, the internet cries for RPGs
Exactly. If you want to play some RPGs here's some of mine from another programming language: http://scratch.mit.edu/users/LFOB.
A retro-inspired 2D Action RPG set in the distant future (DEMO)
Travel the world on an epic shark lifting adventure!
What happens after the final boss is defeated?
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