Bill_H

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  1. After It's Over is a short platformer about a man who wants a woman to die. You will view his past life, and maybe even learn his motivation, as he jumps over gaps and meets new friends and partners who copy his every move in a strange, dark, cave like environment. In addition to the story mode, the game includes a time attack mode, with Game Jolt integration for online best times! Made in 72 hours for the GMC Jam #7. [url="http://gamejolt.com/freeware/games/platformer/after-it-s-over/8861/"]Download on Game Jolt[/url] [url="http://cryset.com/games/Platform/Bill/After-It%27s-Over/"]Download on Cryset Games[/url] [img]http://images.cdn.gamejolt.com/games/8861/screenshots/8861_15572.jpg[/img] [img]http://images.cdn.gamejolt.com/games/8861/screenshots/8861_15582.jpg[/img] [img]http://images.cdn.gamejolt.com/games/8861/screenshots/8861_15583.jpg[/img] GameDevDan did a [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHbqYqAL2Uc"]review of the game[/url] on Youtube! Thanks GameDevDan!
  2. [i]If You Can't See It[/i] is an innovative puzzle game in which you can remove obstacles from your path just by changing the color of the background! Is there a blue wall in your way? Simply change the background to blue and walk on by! Of course, it quickly becomes more complicated than that, with an array of different obstacles and objects, including spikes, pushable blocks, and color changing guns. The game includes a wide variety of colors to choose from, and is color blind friendly. You can change the colors used in the Options Menu, available from the Level Select menu. [url="http://gamejolt.com/freeware/games/puzzle/if-you-can-t-see-it/6978/"]Download on Game Jolt[/url] [url="http://sandbox.yoyogames.com/games/199830-if-you-cant-see-it"]Download on YoYo Games[/url] [img]http://images.cdn.gamejolt.com/games/6978/screenshots/6978_15271.jpg[/img] [img]http://images.cdn.gamejolt.com/games/6978/screenshots/6978_13544.jpg[/img]
  3. If it's a real time strategy game (or anything not turn based, really) you could sort of cheat by adopting a 3/4s straight on view, like the old Legend of Zelda or Pokemon games. The player moves at the same speed no matter which way they are going, but objects and people are drawn from the side. Not strictly realistic if you really think about, but it looks good and seems like a possible compromise between top down and isometric.