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    A few words about my first LD

    Posted by
    September 3rd, 2012 12:09 am

    It was very exciting to make a game. But I had no much experience in
    making games and in using gamejs(which I choose as 2d graphics framework).
    And the theme wasn’t what I waited for, particularly. However, I think
    crazy idea about battle of The Last Creationist and Dr. Darwin which I
    choose made all the work fun enough so technical difficulties
    was not so annoying. Worst problem I had was a jump bugs,
    it’s exist for now, actually.
    I haven’t done all the things which I was going to do. For example
    I planned to make enemies more dangerous, so they could be shooting at
    the St. Marwin. I had a simple soundtrack at the moment when most
    code was ready, but I couldn’t attach it right way, music wasn’t working
    fine, so it was not included in compo version.

    Also I had terrible internet at the moment, look at this guys:

    64 bytes from 8.8.8.8: icmp_req=1866 ttl=46 time=47090 ms
    64 bytes from 8.8.8.8: icmp_req=1867 ttl=46 time=46847 ms

    This is what I called: “A ping that lasts a life” =)

    Anyway this was my first LD and it was awesome. I’m looking
    forward to take part in the next compo. Also I’m feeling that
    making games is a one of my favorite things. Thank you, folks
    for the great amount of cool games and for your feedback.
    Thank you, LD. Good luck, everyone!

    P.S.: Here is my Time Lapse and Main Theme which not included in compo version.

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