good game actually now.
Gets tricky after a while.
At 09:29 a.m. 11/09/2008, you wrote:
>thanks.
>will try again.
>At 06:40 p.m. 10/09/2008, you wrote:
>>Hello again, Shaun. Sorry if you feel you waste your time. I do not 
>>understand when you said Pyvox 3 is all in French. Ok, the first message 
>>present the game in French (partners, name of the game) And when you press 
>>the pause button, there is a message in French about the credit. What else ? 
>>nothing I think : there is no menu, there is no French instruction telling 
>>you "you must do that or that". In fact, there is no instruction at all, 
>>except the manual, but the manual is not necessary (even if I began to think 
>>the contrary). Is the game so frightening if you ear a 10 second welcome 
>>speech in French so that you would not go further ? Sorry, I have nothing 
>>against you off course and I feel really sorry if you feel lost with this 
>>game but this topic particularly interest me. During my PhD about audiogames, 
>>I thought the problems linked to langage are ones of the most important : 
>>most of the french gamers do not manage to handle games in english (even if 
>>in many other non anglopho
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>e countries, english is not so bad for gamers) So I come with this idea : make 
>a game without verbal instruction, and you speak about french instruction. Is 
>there anyone on this list who manage to progress in Pyvox 3 ? Or did anybody 
>flew away when you ear the french welcome message ? I resubmit main 
>informations about pyvox 3 : there is no website in english for Pyvox 3. You 
>can found the game on this page : http://www.ceciaa.com/?cat=lois&page=pyvox3 
>Here, there are some english descriptions : Pyvox 3 is a free labyrinth game 
>for one or two players. For questions, contact     Thomas Gaudy : [EMAIL 
>PROTECTED] Jeu Gratuit / Free game. (I know, it is very short) On this page, 
>the game can be downloaded for free with the link named : Téléchargez     
>Pyvox 3 / Download Pyvox 3 And I know, the manual is in french. But Please, 
>believe me, the game is very simple and does not need verbal instruction. 
>Please, just make a try. Player one : arrow keys : move the character. Player 
>two : 
H
> for up, B for down, V for left, N for right. Space or enter : pause the game 
> (it is time limited) There are others games on the site. The only free other 
> is tampokme : It is an improved version of tampokme (first released last 
> year). It can be found on this page : 
> http://www.ceciaa.com/?cat=lois&page=tampok On this page, find this link : 
> Télécharger     Tampokme There are other games on this site but not free 
> this time : those are pyvox 1, pyvox 2 and chrono souris. The procedure for 
> acquire it is not accessible for non francophone people. Sorry about this. I 
> will work on this at the end of this year. For those game, there is for now 
> only scientific paper. You can find them here : 
> http://cedric.cnam.fr/AfficheMembre.php?id=205&lang=fr&lang=en The PhD 
> mentioned on this page is now over since two months and I am looking for a 
> job still in accessible games. Thomas Gaudy --- En date de : Mer 10.9.08, 
> shaun everiss <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> a écrit : De: shaun everiss <[EMAIL 
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>.nz> Objet: [Audyssey] pyvox À: gamers@audyssey.org Date: Mercredi 10 
>Septembre 2008, 4h29 Hi. well  I actually downloaded the games. all games bar 
>tampocme are in french. No english manuals neither. At first I thought pyvox 1 
>and 2 were just the only ones, they required registration which I didn't have, 
>pyvox3 did not but unfortunately they are all in french the instructions 
>included. So i have just wasted bandwidth getting something that doesn't even 
>work. Ok so I know what to download but its got no english manual or game. 
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