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5 years ago News 0 comments

Well, it's never the easy thing to actually come out and say that no work has been done for months and months... but it's fairly obvious with the lack of updates. The plot-line continues to grow, the game ideas continue to fill many notebooks, but the actual creation side of it all isn't happening.

Real-Life has taken over, and seriously pwned our efforts. Because I'm stubborn, this game will get made... I just don't know when yet.

VioFlem - Wednesday Secrets #2

VioFlem - Wednesday Secrets #2

6 years ago News 12 comments

New composer, fried computers, and 90% finished models. Was a good week.

VioFlem - Wednesday Secrets #1

VioFlem - Wednesday Secrets #1

6 years ago News 9 comments

Lots has been done to get VioFlem off the ground. Check back weekly to see what we've been up to.

Violation Flemoid Engine Switch

Violation Flemoid Engine Switch

6 years ago News 5 comments

Not a big update, but a significant one none the less. So far, we have not put anything into an engine, we have been building the hi-res 3d models and...

Violation Flemoid Website Launched

Violation Flemoid Website Launched

7 years ago News 0 comments

Come check out, a place to keep everything related to Violation Flemoid in one place.

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Yojimbo_Beta Nov 27 2009 says:

I've mentioned this elsewhere, but as a comment in a long-buried news article.

Here's one thing I have in mind: the player can freeze time by pressing a button. They then have, say, thirty seconds to scan the room and enter their combo commands. If they're successful, and within thirty seconds figure out a way to eliminate all six enemies in the room, they gain some large combo bonus. The incentive could be ammo, could be health, it could even be something as simple as combo points (like DMC). It doesn't matter.

If they aren't so successful, they get to freeze time again. However, they'll end up with a far smaller combo bonus, as they'll only take out, say, three enemies. At the end of the scenario, the number of attempted combos is taken into account, and they receive a bonus accordingly.

What I can imagine is a shooter that doesn't rely on things like health and ammo, only a single combo score. Getting hit reduces your score, it doesn't kill you. The combo score is your ammo meter - you invest your winnings in new combos for potentially greater return. High scores could work with enhanced visuals and music to produce a feel good factor.

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Wiweeyum Nov 30 2009 replied:

I've puzzled over a good way to do combos for a while, and this is way better than anything I've come up with so far. :P I like it. You could even lead large groups of enemies into an open area to increase your enemy combo size, resulting in a larger bonus. Higher rewards for higher risk takers.

I've imagined a single-player internet hi-score board for a long time, and this would be a way to separate the studs from the wieners. Since the level would continue tetris style until you die, the high combos would earn more points for the final leaderboard algorithm.

As for this game in particular, going past your first paragraph would require some massive gameplay changes that I honestly don't want to do. Though I'm pushing pretty far from the actual inspiration game Chex Quest, I'd like to keep some of the main elements intact. Health, ammo, etc. though altered, are going to stay.

That said, I really do like your idea, and it's already spawning some sweet early gameplay mechanics in my head.

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kacsand Jun 6 2009 says:

this is great and i hope it will stay this way

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kacsand Jun 6 2009 says:

this is great and i hope it will stay this way

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dafatcat Jun 1 2009 says:

You should really have a summary, I have no idea what the hell this is about. Is it Chex Mix? :P

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izzysinz Apr 16 2009 says:

Very nice original concept and it looks like you have really put in a lot of hard work. My only criticism would be your summary. Its full of names and places that mean nothing to me the casual public. Personally i would like to see a far more indepth summary on what the games about and what features and so on i can expect to see.
Saying this is do like your frequently asked question area.
Good luck guys

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Wiweeyum Creator
Wiweeyum Apr 17 2009 replied:

Good point. Thank you very much.

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Wiweeyum Creator
Wiweeyum Apr 17 2009 replied:

Changed it, does that help more?

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notoorjus Apr 15 2009 says:

This looks snazzy!

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Wiweeyum Creator
Wiweeyum Apr 15 2009 replied:

Thanks. Glad you're tracking, it'll just keep getting better.

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