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The Field - My Experimental Game

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I am releasing an experimental game I created called "The Field" . It is a short puzzle - adventure game, and I would like to see if there would be any interest in me continuing it (Tell me in the comments what you think.) . This will be a free game.
HERE is the download link ( sorry for the file size ) ... link expires on Jan/14/2013.

Instructions: Download file, and run it. Choose a destination were you wish the game files to be extracted. Extract the files and play.

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Thanks for the reply.
Those files are already compressed as much as I can get them sad.png .
Using 7zip with the compression set to "ultra", I can only reduce the file size by 1.7MB dry.png

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so, i decided to download it, and am really hoping that their is more to it then just fighting that demon, and the game ends...otherwise i'm dumbfounded why their's a ton of useless content.

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I apologize for the large file size ... I'll be unlocking more of the map as I work on it.

How is the game style ?

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I apologize for the large file size ... I'll be unlocking more of the map as I work on it.

How is the game style ?


it's hard to say, i think you jumped the gun on releasing it, the graphics are decent, the UI is very appealing(what did you use to make this?(game maker?)), their's just not enough there to give an opinion on, at the moment it's pretty much any other generic jrpg, i didn't see anything that set it apart(or if their was something, i apparently didn't find it). Edited by slicer4ever

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