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*(20 pts) Originality: Is it just an old game of yours where you just replaced sprites with walruses? Is it just a guessing game (we never know)? *(20 pts) Walruses: How well did you integrate Walrii and/or its relatives into your game? Was your game choice reasonable? *(20 pts) Gameplay: How well does the game play? Are controls well-chosen? Is it too slow to be playable? *(15 pts) Fun: Is the game fun? Would you play it again in the future? *(15 pts) Graphics: How great the game looks like? How easy is it to distinguish stuff? *(10 pts) Size, speed, installing & bugs: Is the game file size reasonable for what it offers? Is it too slow? Is installation easy? is the game bug-ridden?
It can be any size, but preferably scaled up, not down. Else a 11x18 scaling of the 24x24 sprites will probably result into a poor score for graphics
Will using a library that has nothing to do with games(just a small graphics library I may not even use and a process library derived from a screen library from a tutorial that I now use in pretty much everything) result in a loss in originality? Because it isn't really for gameplay, its just useful things that help a lot, and rewriting it would result in very similar code
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on December 09, 2015, 09:00:34 amIt can be any size, but preferably scaled up, not down. Else a 11x18 scaling of the 24x24 sprites will probably result into a poor score for graphics * alexgt uses 8x8 spriteFun aside great contest idea! will definitely participate
-You cannot use other people's code, same for pre-made engines (eg Game Maker).-If you re-use code or ideas from your previous projects, your originality score will decrease considerably.
-You cannot use other people's code
All the staff can run Linux with the exception of DJ and Juju and Ivoah also have access to OSX, no reason why they shouldn't be supported.
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