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Adventure Games / Re: Indiana Jones and the Return of the Fan Games!
« Last post by Tremulas on July 11, 2018, 03:42:30 pm »
Have a look at this one also ! Indiana Jones and the eye of destiny !

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011397412653


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Adventure Games / Re: Indiana Jones and the Return of the Fan Games!
« Last post by jeancallisti on July 10, 2018, 09:08:47 pm »
The guys behind "Tanis" that were thought dead and swallowad by a whale (propbably) actually resurfaced and posted in the AGS forum to say that they're preparing a small Indy game, as some sort of tech demo.
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Adventure Games / Re: Indiana Jones and the Return of the Fan Games!
« Last post by selmiak on June 21, 2018, 05:39:53 pm »
:hat:
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Retro and other Games / Re: A point n click that teaches you how to draw pixel art
« Last post by selmiak on April 09, 2018, 09:08:58 am »
for that topic title the game has waaaaaay to little pixelart in it. The opening scene is great, but from there is is just a textparser game. And I haven't found the part where you draw stuff yet. But it is like an advertisment for a pixelart studio or so. They sure need pixelartists when their game has only an opening screen ...  8)

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You enter a gallery with huge pixel art pieces hanged on the walls. This is the permanent collection of artworks made by Matej 'Retro' Jan. One day you'll be able to look at them, but they're not coded into the game yet. The hall continues to the east wing of the gallery. Stairs continue up to the art studio
:P
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Yup!
The links at the moment don't make any sense. It's all about the page not looking weird when the browser window is resized.

Looks good, but as you mentioned the page has to not look weird when the browser is resized - especially on mobile devices like phones and tablets.
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Yup!
The links at the moment don't make any sense. It's all about the page not looking weird when the browser window is resized.
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The header looks very nice for a start.
Don't forget about the outbound links on a special page. We don't have a facebook page but some kind of webring like link structure with other adventure game devs. Good for interested visitors to stay "in the scene" and also good for search engine ranking.
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...Let's see where this takes us.
The whole point is that this design is responsive.

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General Chat / Re: Clint Bajakian and Michael Land Talk about iMuse
« Last post by doctorfargo on February 05, 2018, 03:23:48 am »
Did Apple copyright the "i" prefix? I don't think they did. Anyway, what a great interview. iMUSE is a piece of history!

iMUSE is definitely cool.   :hat:
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