Ah, muchos appologies, me was wrong level design has indeed happened, ---- which is obviously a very good thing indeed.

Cudos tom for getting the second level out of the door, I'll look forward to playing the rest.


Beware the Grue!

Dark.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Bryan Peterson" <bpeterson2...@cableone.net>
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Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 6:10 AM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Serious Mota question


Actually Dark there are now two levels and have been since Beta ten.
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Sent: Monday, April 12, 2010 10:49 PM
Subject: [Audyssey] Serious Mota question


Hi Tom.

I'm really pleased Mota eleven is out (it's downloading now), and I look forward to seeing the zombies. However, as you've bought out the last few news items, I have had a bit of a concern which I'll ask here.

To put it bluntly, I have sometimes felt you spend more time fiddling around with the underlying basics, the programming language, the game engine, what library to use etc, than you do making the game, and I've begun to worry that this is really seriously getting in the way of Mota getting finished.

This isn't intended either as an insult, or an attempt to bash the way you do things, --- just a question about priorities from a very concerned player who is looking forward very much to a game to play.

In Early 2008, you released what would've been montizumas return beta 10, and instead was beta 1 of Mota featuring the first level of the game. True, that beta had a lot of Monti elements in it, --- and didn't feature half as many weapons or features, but essentially it was a playable first level.

I know very well (now from my personal try out with the bgt), how much of a pest programming games is, and that it's very unreasonable to expect games to appear quickly. However it does seem after a further 10 betas, two years and two months, and a lot of work, it seems we stil have only one level of the game.

Yes, it is a fantasticaly designed and fun level, and shows the capabilities of audio side scrollers very well indeed, ---- however, there is no getting over the fact that it is, just one level.

I've read all your rationales in the news for monkeying about with the basics, writing and rewriting both the game, and the genesis engine itself, deciding to use cross platform support or not, changing languages etc, and I haven't had a problem with any of these decisions, ---- afterall it's your game and your project and you certainly know more than I do about making it happen, and certainly nobody would want a rushed job, ---- in fact if I thought your games were! rush jobs and not worth playing, I certainly wouldn't be so concerned.

However, I will confess that sometimes, it feels like your trying to build a house, get part of the way, then suddenly tear it down to start again with other materials or in another way.

As I said this isn't intended as an insult or a bash, just an honest concern. nobody will be happier than I will if by next Christmas we have Angela carters' entire adventure to play through, --- -in fact that's exactly what I want to happen, ---- which is why I'm asking this question.

Are the basics finally, absolutely and certainly in place, so you will work on level design?

Much appologies if this is rude.

All the best,

Dark.
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