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Morning's Wrath Demo, now availible!

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Now to get some money so I can buy myself a copy...


Credit Rocks :)

Now that the V.A. ####### me over and are not paying me until November, that's what Im relying on! Yay! ;o|

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Well I am stuck, at the beginning , there is a door where one guy is hiding , I took the key from the engineer, but the door doesn't unlock , it still says that I need to find the key ?

Anyways , looks good , the intro is way too long , allot of things are happening so storyline is not remembered well.

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Unfortunately, the game doesn't launch on my computer. :/ When there is a starting setup dialog the resolution-combo is empty so I can't go any further.

What's wrong? I'd really want to play the game! :P

EDIT : probably I should give some detail of my configuration. ;) W2000sp4, AMD64 3,2 GHz, Sapphire X800

[Edited by - clapton on September 11, 2005 9:02:17 AM]

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Well I am stuck, at the beginning , there is a door where one guy is hiding , I took the key from the engineer, but the door doesn't unlock , it still says that I need to find the key ?

Anyways , looks good , the intro is way too long , allot of things are happening so storyline is not remembered well.


did you try taking the key out of your inventory and using it on the door?

Hint Hint =D

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IMHO, having the key in your inventory should be sufficient for unlocking the door when trying to open it. Having the player grope around in their inventory looking for the key and having to use it on the door may be realistic, but it also makes a lame game play experience. We gamers like to kill monsters with massive swords or incredible firestorm spells, not poke around in our backpacks.

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I've finished the demo! It happens really rarely that I ever play a demo longer than 5 minutes. Nice! :)

I really enjoyed the dialogs, though some of them are a bit too long. The plot is quite interesting also. I loved the music!

The only thing that makes me uncertain is the following fact - how could the messanger guy talk without having a head ?? :P

Although there is a couple of smaller issues, the game looks quite professional! Bravo. :)

Keep up the good work!

PS. Just wait until I have a demo of my project. ;)

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The only thing that makes me uncertain is the following fact - how could the messanger guy talk without having a head ?? :P


Spiritual Voicalization... yeah thats it, yeah.. =)

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Although there is a couple of smaller issues, the game looks quite professional! Bravo. :)

Keep up the good work!


Thank you for the praise, glad you liked the demo =D


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IMHO, having the key in your inventory should be sufficient for unlocking the door when trying to open it. Having the player grope around in their inventory looking for the key and having to use it on the door may be realistic, but it also makes a lame game play experience. We gamers like to kill monsters with massive swords or incredible firestorm spells, not poke around in our backpacks.


In all honesty, what you speak represents you, as an individual and as somebody who pays no tribute to the word immersion. "We gamers", makes an all around general assumption. The fact that you sound like you want to rush through the games that you play just tells me that you just want to be #1, as quick as possible and as easily as it can be achieved. As little of a convenience this would add for people like yourself, is not worth the sacrifice of immersing people like me -INTO- the games that I play.

The Moral: No game will ever make everybody 100% happy

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IMHO, having the key in your inventory should be sufficient for unlocking the door when trying to open it. Having the player grope around in their inventory looking for the key and having to use it on the door may be realistic, but it also makes a lame game play experience. We gamers like to kill monsters with massive swords or incredible firestorm spells, not poke around in our backpacks.


In all honesty, what you speak represents you, as an individual and as somebody who pays no tribute to the word immersion. "We gamers", makes an all around general assumption. The fact that you sound like you want to rush through the games that you play just tells me that you just want to be #1, as quick as possible and as easily as it can be achieved. As little of a convenience this would add for people like yourself, is not worth the sacrifice of immersing people like me -INTO- the games that I play.

The Moral: No game will ever make everybody 100% happy


I disagree, I don't think manually digging out the key adds much to the gameplay, and if you have to use it over and over again it could get pretty annoying.

I like the graphics, reminds me of Diablo...

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Congrats on the demo.

I downloaded it and played it for a while and have a few observations to make.
I find annoying how long it takes to tell the story, the lack of better art while that story is being told and the cpu using a lot of power to do it.
Also a bit annoying is executing the config panel each time we start the game.
Other then that, i would have preffered that you blamed the fate and not the world for woving a different path for the girl, but i guess that's a matter of opinion, and the paths don't seem to be perfect but not noticebly so.
What i really liked was the music and the graphics(already talked about the story graphics, so appart from those), i'm no expert but the music really seted a nice environment for me, not too agressive not to soft, just medievel enought to fit in, the graphics also, though not AAA, really bring a nostalgic feelling to the game that i enjoyed, i didn't see any artifacts, they were fluid, so great. The gui in it's simplicity and funtionality also looked and felt very nice.

Again, congrats, hope you make some money off the game, and if not at least get some nice reviews to put on your porfolio.

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Well I am stuck, at the beginning , there is a door where one guy is hiding , I took the key from the engineer, but the door doesn't unlock , it still says that I need to find the key ?

Anyways , looks good , the intro is way too long , allot of things are happening so storyline is not remembered well.


did you try taking the key out of your inventory and using it on the door?

Hint Hint =D


OMG I have played so much rpg ,in my life but never did something like that . Well Ok thanks for the hint, il continue the game then :)

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OMG I have played so much rpg ,in my life but never did something like that . Well Ok thanks for the hint, il continue the game then :)



Ah =)

Morning's Wrath is a Classic Adventure / Action RPG hybrid =)

The inventory item use-on-thing comes from the Classic Adventure genre =D

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Although I didn't play it for long as its not my cup of tea I am inspired, it looks really profesional. Good luck, hope it sells well :)

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Doesn't work!?

The Graphics Adaptor and the Audio Adaptor Comboboxes are empty...

I'm on a 1.7GHz Pent 4, 256mb, GF Fx 5500 128mb, and um some sound card...


His patch EXE from his journal


Same issue here on both EXE's

Win2k, NVidia GF 6800 GT, 1gb memory, Athlon XP 3200, some integrated Soundcard Sound Blaster compatible.

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Still the same problem, I think the one on the Showcase says it's pached as well, so I don't know what it could be... (Maybe I'm not getting the whole file? 456kb seems kinda small i mean just images take alot of space)

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Still the same problem, I think the one on the Showcase says it's pached as well, so I don't know what it could be... (Maybe I'm not getting the whole file? 456kb seems kinda small i mean just images take alot of space)


Wow, that is small, the installer itself is 80mb. (it is 179 times larger)

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Still the same problem, I think the one on the Showcase says it's pached as well, so I don't know what it could be... (Maybe I'm not getting the whole file? 456kb seems kinda small i mean just images take alot of space)


Wow, that is small, the installer itself is 80mb. (it is 179 times larger)


Oh, I see what the problem is, the actual demo is here, then the 456kb exe file is the patched executable to replace the one on the 80mb file.

Me dumb, dumb, dumb [smile].

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Hehe, glad you got that sorted!

Made my heart stop for a moment!

*oh NO! not another bug!* [grin]

I will make the link more clear that it is the patch =)

hope you enjoy the demo =)

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