Hi Philip,
That is indeed funny. One would assume you had played some of these classic games like Donkey Kong 64 or something along those lines prier to writing this game. Never-the-less it goes to show what we can come up with independently when motivated to do so. Q9 isn't exactly like the classic Nintendo games, but close enough to bring back memories of them for me. So much so you have me eager to write my own all out arcade side-scroller. Lol!


Smile.


Philip Bennefall wrote:
Hi folks,

I read all of these discussions with great interest. You all bring up points that I never even considered while writing the game. I do not think I'll be adding humans anytime soon, however I would not object to one or perhaps two more worlds to make the game a bit longer.

As for the game being similar to old eighties games, I find that slightly funny as I have never in my life played any of them nor do I know what they contain, or at least close to nothing. So it's actually by shere coincidense that these particular similarities exist, I just added whatever came to mind.

Kind regards,

Philip Bennefall


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