this is fucking nice but i dont know why arent you working on this game yet >:( it been a long long time so can you please finish the game :( and its cool that its gonna be 9 hours of gameplay and 5 episodes so thats cool :))))
I want to play it :D when its going to be ready?
Even though this looks amazing, I still think you should of made JRF3 like the other two. I mean, why do you need "monetary funds"? I don't understand. If you're using Flash like you did with the first two, why would you need money?
The action sequences, artwork and storyline are far more complex than the first two games. Each episode would be roughly 9 hours of game play and there would be 5 episodes total.
Who cares what the motives are, the fact that the idea of a third installment is being played with should be enough to get everyone wet in their pants.
You're all so used to free shit, I think it's time we pay the 5000 points and put Johnny RocketFingers into the pack a punch machine lol (zombies)
can you tell us what will be different about JRF3? How are you unable to work on this AT ALL, without "monetary funds"? The first two were done in Flash, in your spare time....without the lure of "thousands of dollars". They were still classic, tons of fun.
So what? You are trying to quit your job, to do this full-time? Then what, you will upload here to Newgrounds and make pennies on the dollar....or are you gonna be another Super Meatboy sellout? Gonna do some documentary about making "indie games" and conveniently leaving out Newgrounds like they did?
I think this is a critical thing to say to you, you're practically back from the grave on this one and I respect the hell out you. This is intimidating for me to say to someone like you.
And still I question your motivation and integrity.
Games this detailed, fully animated and involved cannot be made for free, PoisonHeart. They require a professional team of artists and programmers that require full time salaries. My motive is to create the most enthralling and insane adventure game ever made.
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