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#31
Re: [ENTRY] Hunter
Posted on: 2011/2/14 3:35
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Joined 2007/10/27
Sweden
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A general thought on these homebrews:
Aren't we tired of the warning screens now, everyone should know by now anyway. How about just skipping that or instead write something like "Game on!". ;-)


haha reminds me ironicly of the box of the flashboy "eat instruction booklet"




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I'm also starting to wonder if my FlashBoy Plus is broken, no games seem to have any sound at all.


I dont own flashboy plus (only flashboy) and what I know its only blox 2 that has sound of all the homebrew games



Also, can people just stop making demo after demo and finish the games they started
I would have preferd to see more finished 16 bit games then to see demos of 32 bit homebrew games
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#32
Re: [ENTRY] Hunter
Posted on: 2011/2/14 16:10
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Joined 2008/12/28
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Quote:

e5frog wrote:
A general thought on these homebrews:
Aren't we tired of the warning screens now, everyone should know by now anyway. How about just skipping that or instead write something like "Game on!". ;-)


It's like a standard. All the licensed games have a warning screen, so not having it makes a homebrew seem unpolished. But if we eliminate warning screens, we might as well eliminate adjustment screens, because I'm sure everyone knows what IPD/focus they use.

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I'm also starting to wonder if my FlashBoy Plus is broken, no games seem to have any sound at all.


If I'm not mistaken, sound wasn't completely understood for a long time, or at least only by veterans. See the "Castle of Doom" thread.
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#33
Re: [ENTRY] Hunter
Posted on: 2011/2/14 17:04
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Joined 2007/8/7
Japan
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DanB wrote:

If you like it enough ( ) I promise to make the complete game by new years.


You hopefully did not mean new years 2011.
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#34
Re: [ENTRY] Hunter
Posted on: 2011/2/27 19:21
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Joined 2011/2/27
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That was incredible!!

You really did an amazing job! Hunter was a great game, and this looks just like an official port of the original. I always loved the look of those early 3D, flat-shaded polygon games.
I played this on original hardware using a FlashBoy, it looked awesome and plays really well.

Do you have plans to allow the player to enter buildings to gather items? Or adding the wildlife?

Congratulations on your accomplishment, it was a thrill to play and I would love to see the project continued.
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#35
Re: [ENTRY] Hunter
Posted on: 2012/8/5 4:53
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Joined 2012/7/9
USA
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I am very sad not to see this project completed over a year later; as its one of the best looking games I have ever seen on VB graphically! I would love to see a finished game but sadly the creator hasn't even been here in months. :(
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#36
Re: [ENTRY] Hunter
Posted on: 2012/8/5 5:29
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Joined 2007/10/26
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I thought it was a amazing piece of coding. I've never seen 3-d effects like that on the vboy. The graphics gave me a kinda 'hard driving' feeling. But, I never played the original game it was based on...so I never really understood the point of the game.
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#37
Re: [ENTRY] Hunter
Posted on: 2014/6/9 1:51
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USA
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I was playing this game again recently, and was thinking..

it would make a really good 3-d tank game. Moving the tank with 1 directional pad..the turent with the other. Some AI tanks around.

-Eric
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#38
Re: [ENTRY] Hunter
Posted on: 2014/6/9 1:55
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Joined 2011/3/10
USA
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I revisit this project a lot and each time I play it I always wish to see it completed. It is by far one of my most favorite VB homebrew projects.
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#39
Re: [ENTRY] Hunter
Posted on: 2014/6/9 3:07
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Joined 2013/6/17
Canada
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That would be awesome, Bigmak!
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#40
Re: [ENTRY] Hunter
Posted on: 2014/6/12 3:32
Nintendoid!
Joined 2007/7/29
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I had never noticed this entry before. I feel the need to echo that which has already been said numerous times - a real shame we never saw the light of day on this game's final form.
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