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Chit-Chat / Sling Defense
« on: June 01, 2012, 10:51:25 pm »
For the last 6 months or so, I've been working on a Flash Develop project with a programmer friend of mine.

We've now released it on Kongregate and I'd appreciate it if the Stencyl community could help me out and try and rate this game well!

Here's the link:

I did see this back in Stencyl 1.2. I give you folks a round of applause! ^_^

I've been linking to the Play Territory page on other sites (TIG Source for instance) and I've been getting bad reviews. Maybe they're just a tough crowd, but it's kind of frustrating.

@alexsilent and @sonicspeed53: Thanks!!!

So basically it's just a way to get kids to museums? That's not a bad idea.

Can we get a blog post for having a game sponsored? :P

Paid Work / Re: Bring Me Your Projects!
« on: March 20, 2012, 10:58:18 am »
I'm sorry but I'm not interested in the project. I like the idea and I like what I've seen of One Piece but I don't do fan games. My main interest in games is making new characters, so I don't have a motivation to work on a fan game. Thanks and sorry again.

Paid Work / Re: Bring Me Your Projects!
« on: March 19, 2012, 07:43:01 pm »
OK cool, I look forward to checking it out.

Paid Work / Re: Bring Me Your Projects!
« on: March 19, 2012, 02:32:54 pm »
Bump! I was gone for a while but I'm looking for something new to work on. Don't be shy, show me your project!

I'm still thinking about FGL but just to be clear- do you think Kongregate plays all the games it gets emailed? That is, I shouldn't send them another email if I don't hear back?

Is there a reason to use FGL as opposed to just emailing sponsors?
Definitely (I know this is going against what I'm doing right now but I've used FGL before). Sponsors can see what other bids have been placed on the game. This can create "bidding wars" and really jack up the price of the game!

It's competition! I think Ron Paul would like it.

If the game has a chance of being sponsored, why don't you try FlashGameLicense?
FGL has a 10% fee added when you sell a game through them, so I'm going to try my hand at contacting my favorite portals first.
Basically it's Kongregate or bust- if they don't want it, we'll publish it ourselves and look move on to iPhone for making money on it. (Like Canabalt or Solipskier)

I believe they have a policy of only contacting you if they want to talk terms. If they have no interest, you'll probably not hear from them.
OK, thanks. How will I know they played it?

I have a question about Kongregate- I made a non-Stencyl Flash game and I really think it would have a chance of getting sponsored by Kongregate. I've sent them an email, do you think there's a chance they'll play it? Further more, is there a chance I'll hear back?

Chit-Chat / Non-Stencyl Game Needs Feedback
« on: February 01, 2012, 08:14:02 pm »
Hi everyone. I've been working on a Flash game with an old friend of mine who uses Flashpunk. I know it seems weird for me to post this here but I honestly don't post on any other forums online besides this one.

I'm looking for people to give the game feedback. It's been described as "Angry Birds meets Space Invaders." And in terms of a screenshot, the most I'll give here is this icon:

I am hoping to somehow get the game on iOS and Android, perhaps we'll be using Stencyl for that.

Post here if you're interested and I'll PM you a link to a download of the .SWF!

Game Art / Re: Gradient Landscapes
« on: January 19, 2012, 10:39:39 pm »
I'd say both look like the same style, hard to differentiate the two much in regards to style when they both use the same focal points. The images look good, obvious depth to them.  I like the turtle  8)
Thanks for the quick response! Glad you like the turtle- and yeah, the object of making these multiple backgrounds is just for the sake of the player not getting bored with one background the whole time. The fact that the real game is still the focal point is great.

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