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Chuck (Preview)

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Hi all
Chuck (Preview) is my first "published" game. I am basically looking for feedback.
As I didn't get a lot of valuable feedback so far, I would be very thankful for constructive criticism.

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Thanks a lot,
Dantus

PS In the "Your Announcements" forum, it is mentioned that if one is looking for feedback, this would be a better place to ask. So I hope it is the correct forum.

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Good use for the unity engine, the game looks very nice, good work.


I personally do not like when I need to download Unity web player at every machine where I want to play this game <_<

But the game itself looks nice, if it is your very first game then it is great!

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hey, your game is very cool.. what programming language and graphics library (OpenGL ??) you use to develop this ?? Can you share your success story ??

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TSlappy, it was my decision to use Unity, so if I make a webplayer game with it, it is unavoidable to download a plugin. It would be the same with flash games. But I see your point and it is true. As far as I know the Unity developers are working on a special webplayer that uses Google's Native Client, which at the end would allow to play Unity games without plugins. But that is not something I can change.

devmitra, I use Unity which is a whole game engine. The only thing I can acutally do is writing scripts. Everything else is already made by the Unity developers. In Unity you can code in C#, UnityScript (a dialect of JavaScript) and Boo (a dialect of Phython as far as I know). With a pro version, you would be allowed to use native code plugins, written in C, C++ or whatever you want. But that's not allowed for webplayers due to security reasons.
So far it is actually not a success story as there are way to few people on Kongregate who are actually playing and rating the game in a positive way.

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