charlie wrote:I think the issue is that it looks like a poorly done version of a very saturated style of game (there's tons of much nicer looking flash equivalents).
There's already an open source similar game in Crack Attack. I know there's a few features in TumbleGonk that are not in Crack Attack, but the latter frankly looks much nicer, and has it's own unique features too.
There's nothing about TumbleGonk that makes you think, "That's a great idea!" Or, "That's really well done!" It just looks like some student project that was done in a few days and now the author is trying to cash in. It is incredibly uninspiring.
Unfortunately I don't think there's a fix for that.
I'd make a Linux demo and start posting on the forums of Ubuntu, Fedora and others big Linux OSes. Probably with "Linux desktops are lacking polished casual games and with this project, we try to add one to the repertoire!"
It just looks like some student project that was done in a few days and now the author is trying to cash in.
brooss wrote:Can you elaborate on what gives you this impression? Is it just from looking at the video/screenshots or is there something in the written description? Do you think that $850 is an unreasonable amount to ask for?
I think my blunt response has discouraged him from posting here.
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