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Looks nice and gute. Go go go!!
map_size would sound better than game-bigness but it isn't as funny
witty story :D
Looking good. Real good!
I enjoyed 0.1
Downloading 0.2 now
Thanks for the solid feedback.
Legs (left&right; arrow keys) are for aiming precisely.
Torso twist is for fast and approximate positioning of you weapons.
Yes it is harsh. Those lasers are humungous! (sry this is how I want it)
Mech configuration: It's on the list for a sequel (NavBeta) maybe sometime. I'm only a newish hobby dev having some fun, and decided to leave configuration out.
I stayed away from Battletech/Mechwarrior IP, and made my own universe.
Yeah I soon come check out da forumz.
-Spread damage by twisting your torso
-Stomp on infantry and tanks to save ammo
-Mechs cool down best when walking or standing
-Running produces heat, but can help to evade enemy fire
(the sound was not recorded in this video)
Thank you, will be corrected now.
I thought similar games is was what belongs there.
Optical Ball is not related to Wizorb. It's just also a brick breaking game.
Looks like fun!
Please don't make me get a Steam account.
I've managed so well without so far.
Commodore 64 !
non steam version pretty plz
I'm picky when it comes to art-style. This is brilliant.
very nice drawings
requires steam, wth?
Do you play MWLL?
Mouse steering would be cool
I like this.
An option to turn off the commentator voice would be nice.
I can imagine offroad courses+cars would work well, because the drifting is well done.
Sorry to hear that.
The move to crysis wars was necessary to make the mod even better.
Sorry only 1st person view. This is a simulation. With 3rd person you can look around corners / over hills.
There was 3rd person view in the early days of the mod, if I remember correctly. It was removed.
Now 3rd person view only as a spectator.
I think the PC is THE plattform for indie games.
Just like OUYA it has no licencing fees.
Most people own a PC or a laptop these days, so the userbase is alot bigger.
On the other hand developers have fixed hardware specs to write software, and you can control everything with only a controler. And its sth new, shiny and cheap.
I just hope it doesn't turn into a mobile-app ports + onlive plattform.
I also think 20€ is too much.
Just finished the game, I loved it. Great gameplay, features and artwork.
Sound didnt work out of the box (WinXP), but your readme.txt points this out and the easy fix.
I played Arkanoid, Amegas, and Crystal Hammer on the Amiga, this is easily just as good.
Fun and original
Nice audio and visuals
But I think ball physics are missing sth, I'm guessing spin.
And tables feel clunky, missing curves