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Hello. I made some improvments in the game, and tried to make it more funny. Please tell us what you think, what do you think that can be more funny and addictive. Hi everyone. Me and my friend finished a play demo of our game and we would like to hear what people think about it. It's a old fashioned 2D arcade. If you can play a little and tell us what you think would be great.
http://www.whiteblobs.com/games/lipssy/lipsyyinstalldemo.exe
More info can be found here:
Thanks, Petru. [edited by - Petru on August 19, 2003 2:12:05 AM] [edited by - Petru on November 26, 2003 7:34:14 AM]

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I played a LOT and i think it''s pretty cool.Runs smoothly on my older machine:

P1 233
64 RAM
2 video

keep up the good work

"Tonight we strike,there is thunder in the sky,together we''ll fight,some of us will die,but they''ll always remember that we''ve made a stand and many will die by hand!" - ManOwaR

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Hi.
I''m pleased to find out that it runs well on so low specs. I did not managed to test it on lower that 300 Mhz.
Thanks,
Petru.

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Nice game. It works well on my Duron900/128Mb/AtiRadeon7000. Waiting for more levels.

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Works fine. Add more levels in the demo.

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I love the intros and menu. They look professional.

In the game itself, could you make the snake move smoothly, instead of jerky IYSWIM?

Graphics are very good. I didn''t have sound on ''cos I''m at work :-)





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Yes, we think about making the animation more smooth but this will require more sprites for places where Lipssy change direction.
Do you have any other ideeas on how to make it smooth without using a lot of sprites?
Thanks,
Pet.

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