requesting beta testers

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syn9
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requesting beta testers

Postby syn9 » Mar 30, 2008 1:11

i'm planning on finishing a game this upcoming week and was wondering if anyone here would be interested in helping beta test.

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i probably wont be accepting all applicants. just enough to help get the gameplay feeling solid and well rounded. please drop me a line at syn9 at dev9 dot net
thanks.
Hexadecimal Dude!
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Postby Hexadecimal Dude! » Mar 30, 2008 15:07

:o whoa that looks cool!
syn9
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Postby syn9 » Mar 31, 2008 1:09

thanks. ive updated my front page so that it will show the up to date screenshots and information

http://syn9.thingie.net/
syn9
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Postby syn9 » Apr 05, 2008 12:20

to the beta testers that signed up that visit this board. the beta has been sent to your email. thanks

some updated shots:
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http://syn9.thingie.net
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Postby h4tt3n » Apr 05, 2008 17:20

dammit that looks nice!
thesanman112
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sweet....

Postby thesanman112 » Apr 10, 2008 3:52

just a pop up....

can you add some detailed textureing?...also, can you make some scene scenario's...like have a ship in the water to take off from and come to land to do something specific?...like maybe recue some people and blow up some satellite base station..heheehe!!

have you got like a hudge flight plan made up(a long flight through the hard drive ...)) meaning you fly for say fifteen minutes to a place or something along those lines...A big database expantion I guess woulld be maybe another way of explaining it...

LOOKS SWEET AS ALWAYS !!!!
syn9
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Postby syn9 » Apr 11, 2008 16:14

thanks. i do plan on adding texturing. scenarios are already implemented. i haven't considered huge flight plans. but that is a good idea
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Postby yetifoot » Apr 11, 2008 17:30

Wow, cool, looks great.
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Postby syn9 » Apr 12, 2008 23:09

update. took out the water and made it chase cam only now

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Postby stylin » Apr 13, 2008 0:12

Nice, looks awesome so far !
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Postby maves_moya » Apr 17, 2008 6:01

Look really nice and familiar. Hope you release a demo or something before release.
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Postby Nexinarus » Apr 21, 2008 21:15

Syn9 you are truly a genius - You really should make a career out of game designing. If its as enjoyable as zero G and it looks like it will be much more enjoyable im sure its great.
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Postby syn9 » Apr 22, 2008 14:25

thanks guys

@maves_moya: id like to release a demo, but im afraid that if i do i'll stop working on it. heh... thats what ive done in the past... the only game i really finished that i didnt release any demos for was the griffon legend.

@nexinarus: thanks man. i hope you enjoy playing it. ive definitely enjoyed making it. the problem im having now is trying to make the game more fun and allowing the player to have a great 'flying and shooting' experience. sort of like a shmup. but inside an actual city where enemies dont come at you in waves. they hide inside of buildings and use guerrilla tactics.
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Postby Voltage » Apr 23, 2008 0:35

As always, amazing work syn9. This looks fantastic, and I am eager to get my hands on the finished prod.

Keep doing what your doing.

Syn9 for president, you have my vote. :)

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