To be honest I'd like to see something like Rocksmith where you hook up your guitar and play simple parts or something and have the difficulty ramp up
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Linux games on Steam?
The bell’s clapper oscillates back and forth constantly and quickly, meaning the Oxford Electric Bell, as it’s called, has rung roughly 10 billion times, according to the university. It's made of what's called a "dry pile," which is one of the first electric batteries. Dry piles were invented by a guy named Giuseppe Zamboni (no relation to the ice resurfacing company) in the early 1800s. They use alternating discs of silver, zinc, sulfur, and other materials to generate low currents of electricity."
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Also it completely breaks formatting if you zoom in to 150% like I do
When you are close to the end of your own play testing phase you need to build multiple prototypes.
If you want to get the word out to people about your game, particularly sites that review games and recommend them to potential crowd funding audience is that you must have betas you can send to people.
And don't underestimate the time required to develop, build and create a beta for your game, in-house playtesting can take months of refinement. Review feedback is going to add a new cycle of changes / testing.
It's a big investment both in time and materials even before you reach out for funding, and after all that you may not be able to reach your goal, so be prepared for that up front.
If that's the case I suspect a fairly large license audit on the way...
He collected exactly 100 gold coins
Well, that's one way of going over your manager's head (that is to say, through it)
I guess I should have worded that differently, what I meant was Public Domain
Here's a handy dandy list:
Archive.org is your friend
Beyond movies, you can also find old TV shows and music that are no longer under copyright
"Kids get in the car. We're goin' to the box factory!"
Strange, all these planes end up in Georgia...
To serve us cheap, watered down beer!
I for one welcome our new robotic stadium vendor overlords
That's the CD skipping