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BGP DevLog #166 (Demo Ready?)

Yotes Games

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Just powering through and coding my heart out. Nothing to show yet, but things are progressing behind the scenes.


     Working towards that Minimum Viable Product with a few days to go til showtime! Pretty much every feature from the last demo needs to be remade and bug free using the new development tools I have. The next demo has to be ready by Saturday morning, or I'm going to have to introduce countless strangers and fellow devs to my buggy pre-alpha from December! 

     Can't let that happen. It's crunch time. Check out the devlog.

(nearly caught up to the most recent DevBlog! Been sharing one a day as to not be too spammy about it :p)




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