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#### jsj795

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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #30 on: July 16, 2011, 09:46:11 am »
Stick Ninja or AXLE...
Yeah same here, I would've voted for Tag or Cube Droid except they were pretty hard for me

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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #31 on: July 16, 2011, 09:53:54 am »
tag was good, saving on my os though got skrewed up and i had to re send program. I had never played cube droid, so i didn't quite understand it.
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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #32 on: July 16, 2011, 10:23:46 am »
Yeah, sorry for my lack of instructions; I was too rushed.  Don't worry about not understanding it when the real release comes; there's going to be an in-game tutorial and everything once I get around to it.
As for an easy level, I think 3 is probably the easiest.

My favorite is Tag by far.  It's a classic, well thought-out, fun, difficult puzzle game that I can see myself replaying whenever I feel like playing a game on my calc.  Move over Graviter and Psychee, there's a new puzzle king in town.

Edit:  Is it just me, or does Crabcake seem pretty unstable?
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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #33 on: July 16, 2011, 10:38:31 am »
btw: shmibs and z80man, I didn't know you guys were judging, so I didn't include you in the documentation, I'll do that next time.

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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #34 on: July 16, 2011, 10:54:49 am »
Wait, stickninja crashed your calc? sorry guys....haha

Also: to anyone who is trying to compile the source (hi judges); I realized I left out one of the include files necessary to compile it....To the judges I'm going to ask for some leeway here because I was trying to get it in on time before my computer with time restrictions automatically logged me out =/
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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #35 on: July 16, 2011, 11:02:57 am »
Wow, these game are looking great!

Wait, stickninja crashed your calc? sorry guys....haha
It won't let me play. It just takes me to a map made up of random parts of RAM.
There's something wrong with the menu.
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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #36 on: July 16, 2011, 11:07:13 am »
Every game I've played with crabcake froze with wabbit, and I had to reset.  But it still works on the 2nd try.

So, I'm not a judge, but here my review for all the entries:

Spoiler For Spacky Emprise (buttsfredkin):
Originality: 4/5
Standard platformer game, but with lots of interesting twists.
Fun Factor: 3/5
Sorta hard (for me) and gets frustrating after a while.
Graphics: 4/5
I can tell what everything is, and they fit the classic platformer feel.
Playability/Speed: 5/5
I haven't encountered major bugs or the like.
Documentation: 2/5
Readme doesn't tell much.  And we have to go search for Crabcake.  If someone doesn't know what crabcake is, that's a problem.  Include a link?
Total: 18/25
Good game in general.
Spoiler For AXLE (tloz128):
Originality: 4/5
Doors, collectibles, enemies you jump on, all part of an amazing platformer reminding everyone of Mario.
Fun Factor: 5/5
Challenging but not too frustrating.
Graphics: 5/5
Amazing monochrome graphics.
Playability/Speed: 3/5
Speed is fine, but the controls lag slightly, making the game sort of unresponsive.  Also didn't work the first time.
Documentation: 4/5
Tells everything I need to know about the game.  Nothing too fancy.
Total: 21/25
Excellent platformer with amazing graphics.
Spoiler For Fancy Pants Adventures World 1 Demo (Deep Thought):
Originality: 4/5
While this is a port, no one has every done it before, AFAIK.
Fun Factor: 3/5
The physics make it really interesting, but gets boring after a while.
Graphics: 3/5
The character sprites look good, the levels are just lines, but that all they really need.
Playability/Speed: 3/5
A couple of frustrating bugs, the speed is great though.
Documentation: 4/5
Tells everything you need to know.
Total: 17/25
Has great potential.  Hopefully will be continued after contest.
Spoiler For Nymless Demo (Freyaday):
Originality: 5/5
Very creative concept.
Fun Factor: 2/5
As with FPA, the physics are great, but gets boring after a while.
Graphics: 2/5
Not much, although that's kinda the point of the game.
Playability/Speed: 5/5
Speed is perfect, no bugs.
Documentation: 5/5
Even has ASCII art explaining the sprites!
Total: 19/25
Give it more time, and we got something great!
Spoiler For Stick Ninja (squidgetx):
Originality: 4/5
Still sorta standard, but very well thought out.
Fun Factor: 5/5
The perfect balance between difficulty and fun.
Graphics: 5/5
Just take one look at the screenshots...
Playability/Speed: 3/5
Speed is good, but took me a long while to actually set up the game.
Documentation: 4/5
Explains controls well.
Total: 21/25
Spoiler For Escape (yunhua98):
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Spoiler For Tag (leafiness0):
Originality: 4/5
Once again, a port, but a very original port.    The graphics however aren't so original.
Fun Factor: 4/5
Too hard for me.
Graphics: (3+1)/5
Not very detailed, then again, its 5x5.  Menu is great though. +1 bonus point.
Playability/Speed: 5/5
Just like all his other games, no noticeable bugs, speed is perfect.
Documentation: 5/5
Explains things clearly, Credits are hilarious.
Total: 22/25
Very nice and polished product.
Spoiler For Dimension Shift (Darl181):
Sorry man, couldn't get you game to work, I pass no judgment.
Spoiler For Easy Game (SirCmpwn):
Originality: 15/5
Who ever though of combining 3 awesomely original puzzles together!  5*3!
Fun Factor: 1337/5
I'm gonna play this all day!
Graphics: 666/5
OMG amazing!!!1!!1oneone!!!11!
Playability/Speed: 3492/5
No bugs to speak of, the speed is too fast for puzzle 3, but otherwise perfect!
Documentation: 3491/5
Even has a walkthrough!
Total: 9001/25
Spoiler For Cube Droid (ztrumpet):
Originality: 4/5
A unique and fun port.
Fun Factor: 4/5
Fun, but the game is a little too short.
Graphics: 5/5
Just like the original, very good.
Playability/Speed: 4/5
Speed is okay, some levels sort of messed up.
Documentation: 2/5
Doesn't explain much.
Total: 19/25
Very Promising, more levels = awesomer!

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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #37 on: July 16, 2011, 11:12:42 am »
Thanks for the interesting read.   I hope you'll find Cube Droid more enjoyable when it has all 36 levels in the final release.   It'll also have documentation that I didn't write in 2 minutes.

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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #38 on: July 16, 2011, 11:20:24 am »
Yo everyone who is having issues with StickNinja; resend the application, and make sure the appvar is in archive and you have at least 3081 bytes of free RAM. There shouldn't be any problems if you followed the setup instructions in the documentation
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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #39 on: July 16, 2011, 11:22:05 am »
Thanks for the interesting read.   I hope you'll find Cube Droid more enjoyable when it has all 36 levels in the final release.   It'll also have documentation that I didn't write in 2 minutes.

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I like your game.  It's going on my calc for sure.
Thanks, and yeah, Cube droid was great.  Although I had to play the flash version to figure most of the stuff out.

and my review was a joke.

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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #40 on: July 16, 2011, 11:53:26 am »
Lots of entries! I'll go check them out when I get the time.
Also, please don't vote for my entry, no matter how funny it might be.
Graphics are actually pretty good

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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #41 on: July 16, 2011, 12:00:06 pm »
Alright, I've played all of the games and I'd like to give my thoughts.

Spacky Emprise:
Pros: Good running animation.
Cons: Enemies falling from the ceiling were annoying.

AXLE:
Pros: I made it.
Cons: I made it.

Fancy Pants Adventures World 1 Demo:
Pros: The physics were very nice.
Cons: It sometimes felt a bit unresponsive and was difficult to tell where you were going.

Nymless Demo:
Pros: The concept is original.
Cons: There's not a whole lot to do yet.

Stick Ninja: It didn't work on my calculator.

Escape:
Pros: A very fun and an overall good puzzle game.
Cons: It's been done before, and it could use more polishing.

Tag:
Pros: Original, very polished, lots of levels.
Cons: Controls felt a bit slippery at times.

Dimension Shift:
Pros: Original and good graphics.
Cons: It's a bit difficult to select things in the menu.

Easy Game: The name says it all.

Cube Droid:
Pros: Very nice looking graphics and an overall great port of the flash game.
Cons: Not too many levels.

Overall the games were very good.
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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #42 on: July 16, 2011, 12:03:23 pm »
Escape:
Pros: A very fun and an overall good puzzle game.
Cons: It's been done before, and it could use more polishing.
Thanks, but I also thought it didn't look that polished.    What do you suggest?  (Noticing AXLE is VERY polished.  )

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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #43 on: July 16, 2011, 12:11:51 pm »
Escape:
Pros: A very fun and an overall good puzzle game.
Cons: It's been done before, and it could use more polishing.
Thanks, but I also thought it didn't look that polished.    What do you suggest?  (Noticing AXLE is VERY polished.  )
TBH, I couldn't find a whole lot wrong with it.  I was thinking maybe some character animations or something.
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##### Re: Omnimaga Programming Contest 2011 Part 1: Axe Parser poll and judging starts
« Reply #44 on: July 16, 2011, 12:34:45 pm »
Quote from: tloz128 on: Today at 18:00:06

Stick Ninja: It didn't work on my calculator.

You must send the APPV on your calc, too!
Then click on LOAD

edit by squidgetx: "New" works too lol
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