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We are a game development team, working on a tile based half isometric game. Download our demo at http://i2site.tripod.com and please do tell us what you think if you like to commented it . Also for anyone intrested doing the graphic for this, please contact us at zproject@crosswinds.net. Thanks chris for i2 Edited by - nix on 2/28/00 6:43:19 AM
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Sorry, site url moved due to some problem.
the new address is
http://i2site.tripod.com

Thanks,
chris

Edited by - nix on 2/28/00 9:41:24 AM
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The walking is wrong with the speed, the ambient needs a lot of work. Well, you must know it all.

Besides, I liked it, it''s funny.

Good beginning, keep the work

http://www6.50megs.com/typedef/
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Nice little way to test out your engine. You got the source code?

"Remember, I'm the monkey, and you're the cheese grater. So no fooling around."
-Grand Theft Auto, London
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Good start!
Definitly needs help in the graphic area but nothing that cant be fix pretty easy. Take a look at our web site. A couple friends and I are making a RPG game called Heathen and I''m the one doing the 3d characters. I suggest downloading our demo, which will be realeased this Saturday, and looking at them (there are goin to be 5 or 6 in the demo) and if you have any questions I would be more than willing to answer them, maybe even help out a little. Jace is the on visible on the page right now, but hopefully there will be the others tonight

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Thanks for all the input
And its true that the game needs heavy work on graphic.
That''s why we are posting here. But we still have no response till this time..
Well..it seems finishing a games for non professional virtual game dev team is truly a hard task.
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