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    Re: Modern Toyfare

    Hey guys, sorry if y'all think this is spam, if that's the case I can stop posting the games I make here.

    Additionally there isn't much feedback here other than Bojingles. I just wanted to hear what people think of the game. Yeah it's basically UT with different skins and assets, a different environment and different gameplay mechanics. The team I was a part of had a great time making it in the 8 weeks of development time. I've had a bunch of feedback from people I know personally, not much else internet wise though =[

    Thanks guys for everyone who has taken a look at it though. Game development is a learning process and the best way to learn is from the end users themselves!

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    You're good dude. No one who's been here awhile thinks you're spamming.
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    Re: Modern Toyfare

    Quote Originally Posted by Maelstrom116 View Post
    Hey guys, sorry if y'all think this is spam, if that's the case I can stop posting the games I make here.

    Additionally there isn't much feedback here other than Bojingles. I just wanted to hear what people think of the game. Yeah it's basically UT with different skins and assets, a different environment and different gameplay mechanics. The team I was a part of had a great time making it in the 8 weeks of development time. I've had a bunch of feedback from people I know personally, not much else internet wise though =[

    Thanks guys for everyone who has taken a look at it though. Game development is a learning process and the best way to learn is from the end users themselves!
    Hey there Maelstorm, exactly what Denny said, no-one here thinks you're spamming - heck you even got a mention in the Oct newsletter! Keep on sharing with us
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