Most of it centers around wrapping the monster into where a 2 or 1 is and pushing it out in the middle. Ly/image/0008302D0P0C ok, hmmm. Ly/image/1m0E1t0a0T0W this one was a real match. I want to be able to push things and have them wrap (like i can by wrapping with the monster and pushing things) you did a nice job with the graphics for the proto. 🙂 i really feel constrained, really wanna wrap. I kinda hate 3s. Man, ok i think i turned a corner or am having a good run. Ly/image/3p060A0w3h2a ok, best score: http://cl. What’s your high score. Is this a good score: http://cl. I know what i need to do to optimize, i just don’t have the power to do it, to clean up i know that wrapping might make things considerably easier, but maybe worth a shot. Things are looking up. The random spawning feels unfair, or maybe more like just swimming upstream. Ugh i hate it when a ton of threes spawn. Maybe that’s fine though if i had more ability to deal with the current.
Very simple and works with their current body shape. OH OH maybe we could have them jumping up and down (slightly offset so you can see both of them. Maybe some tilt) when they’re about to merge. And then when you let go they settle down, overlap, and flip.
So to continue, she dropped the game and was frustrated and then i took a moment and walked her through it in the game proper and she caught on with the sliding mechanic etc. After that she got a 250, then a 400 something then she got a 192 1500 something.
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It allows us to go for a different, lighter color scheme and we’re feeling a lot better about the direction of the game. Asher heads out on a roadtrip and we’re feeling really good about the new direction that Zach primed us with for the faces.
Ly/image/1D0S1i3E3t1B and it just is too much to see the characters at all. I tried sort of a reversed scheme as well, something like this: http://cl. I tried a bunch more, where i just changed the colors of the icon and then fed those changes reverse-ways through a mockup and nothing looked better than the white. And when i make the features of the characters brighter than the face of the card itself, it just looks goofy, so when it comes to 3s as a dark or black card (the highest contrast on a light/white background) we really don’t have the same leeway or soft, secondary visibility that we would on a white/lighter colored card.
The lack of evolution is one of the many things that’s bugged me about Threes. I think that’s what keeps the game interesting. The board gives off the illusion of changing, but then four smart swipes later and it’s totally clear again and it’s basically like you’re starting over again. I really really like the evolution of play.
There are some other finer details on the horizontal hug, like how it pops out, maybe i need to give you a spritesheet for smoothing that out. Ly/image/0g1K073s0Z3u maybe you tried that though and it looked weird for whatever reason. So yea, that’s my proposal on that stuff. Also, you’ll notice that they “grab” each other at the very middle of the merge and then it’ll look like they’re pulling them into the next card. Sort of shows the full hug earlier too. The easing on the horizontal is kinda nice, but it’s also not hugging at the halfway point. And with this we should make the vertical 1:1 as well, like the horizontal is. Or how the hands need to come out a bit further. Horizontally, i think it’s pretty dang close.
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