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White Harvest. the beginning or end of a Indie mobile game.

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I've always wanted to make a game in the same style of Harvest Moon or Animal Crossing. But having to knowledge of Programming Art or anything else that go's into a game I've been teaching myself to how program,  make art etc. And as you can imagine my initial results were — Unique...

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But I've made Progress.

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And this it it today. 

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It's by no means a master piece, but it's not half bad either. it runs at 50-60 FPS (On device) and it doesn't look to bad in my opinion. but, it's not my opinion that counts. And that's why I'm here. in your honest opinion. would you play a Game like this? what would you like to see in a game like this? should I keep working on this project? 

Feel free to give any critiques.

Thank you in advance for your answers. 

—Brua 1589.

 

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