The first time I watched this my memory flooded with all my gaming experiences, from Bomber-man to Legend of Zelda... 'sigh' I actually did cry watching this and I don't care how much of a nerd that makes me it's experiences like this that make me feel like a part of something bigger and more defined. It's so beautiful just seeing the end of all your accomplishments come to fruition.
You take all of your efforts and what to you get if not the amazing feeling deep inside of amazement. Games tat can give you that feeling are better than any movie or book. Because while you are along for the ride in all three, video games incorporate you into the success of the main character, and make you feel amazed when he succeeds, because in turn you succeeded.
That's what makes video games amazing. Thank you for capurign what all true gamers feel deep within my friends. Thank you.
He.... has one too many imaginary friends... or he is tripping balls. Either way, that guy does not look happy to be awake. Maybe he shouldn't be staring at his door?
P.S. Furby? Yes.
You're right. It DOES sounds like Furby...
Agreed, needs a replay button and less of the strange fading thing between the transitions that you have going on, but as you said it's because of the loss of the original file... still... you need to save back ups man. I'd love to see more!
A replay button has definitely been considered for it's sequel, Minecraft In A Nutshell 2. I appreciate the feedback.
now all we have to do is wait for them to rip this game off. Candy Avoid Crush Saga King
I hope not haha
While the concept is great and I love the whole age of enpires thouch you put in the game, but I feel like this could have be much more cleanly executed. If Robison were to 'lock onto' tasks then it'd be easier to set his daily tasks up and just watch him go. While the way you have it, the player is constantly clicking each tree or building or what-have-you in order to complete the process, which involves waiting untill he's finished with said process before moving on.
That being said, I know that alot of people find this game difficult, to be honest? They must be seven year olds, because while I'll admit that I didn't succeed on my first playthrough, the concept of the build to survive was easy to grasp once I played the second time through. Giving me a whoping score of 27875.... woo. The trick that is difficult, is to make sure the meters don't drop for all ten days. In order to complete those you'd have to play the game once for each two meters or once for each meter at that.
All in all I believe that this was a fabulous game and in fact I don't think that anyone here would mind a second edition. Maybe one where you control a bevy of characters to amp up the difficulty? Just a thought. :)
But thank you for the wonderful game. I can't wait to see more from this wonderful collaboration of talented people. :D
Sweet swells and echoed piano solos, techno bass beats all around hollows the rest out.
Prop man. Props.
Needs more layers and possibly some swells or sweeps, you know?
So wait.... she get's up goes out and then just comes back with sore feet? What a waste of a trip. :T
It's implied that quite some time (albeit not interestingly spent time) has passed between leaving and the last image, but yes, that was pretty much the point.
Circles and triangle my two favorite shapes.
This face is sort of a face-print, or as if someone has a really mutated thumb out there somewhere, that prints faces....
Circles and triangles.... man... they are just everywhere now that I think about it....
Anyways love the simplicity, as is apparent in all of your works (just going from the thumbnails) it's an excellent light graffiti storybook style. It's really nice...
Keep up the good work. :)
I agree, triangles and circles tend to be the most aesthetically pleasing shapes for some reason.
Does it live in a fish tank... or a dog house.... hmmmmmm..... decisions decisions...
How about a doghouse that sits on the bottom of a tank? Like just replace the sunk castle in most tanks and make it a doghouse :) a bit of both worlds!
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