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    I'd certainly buy a physical copy. To me, it's much more interesting than plainly downloading a rom. And I'm pretty sure a lot of people over here would buy a physical copy if it existed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sashadarko View Post
    I wouldn't lie if I say that 80-90% of people who play retro games always prefer physical releases over digital ones.
    Agreed. I'm very confident that a cartridge version would sell well. And I'm enjoying the game, by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sashadarko View Post
    What all this Hangman stuff is about? Actually I asked its publisher (dra600n) for this limited run.
    The "limited run", of which I also partook, ended-up being Frankensteined used Genesis cartridges emptied of its contents, replaced with a flash cart with the ROM content inside, and a used Genesis clamshell box with a cheap home printer printout for a cover art.

    Albeit simplistic and lacking in refinement, I have nothing against the game itself; just the kitchen-made "limited run" it was associated with.

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    id be willing to pick up a copy if it was a reasonable price. unfortunately, these indi genesis releases are usually somewhat expensive, but I'd be willing to pay if the quality was good. I thought the demo was interesting, albeit , somewhat lacking in choices, but I understand its a digital novel, so that's expected.

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    Can't remember if I posted in this or not but I would also take a CIB version if produced.
    +1 if Watermelon can do it, there stuff is top quality but I will take on either way, frankencart or professional

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    From the beginning I wanted to make several animations for the game, but there was no space in the ROM for all of them so I didn't try.
    However, I did try today and made a test 9-frame animation (very primitive scene, only cubes were used) and...



    ...it looks horrible via GINCS. Even several tricks didn't help to remove graphical artifacts.
    At least now I know that animation on GINCS is not possible.
    It's an information for people who thought about that too or wanted to create his own game using this engine.

    Quote Originally Posted by QuickSciFi View Post
    The "limited run", of which I also partook, ended-up being Frankensteined used Genesis cartridges emptied of its contents, replaced with a flash cart with the ROM content inside, and a used Genesis clamshell box with a cheap home printer printout for a cover art.

    Albeit simplistic and lacking in refinement, I have nothing against the game itself; just the kitchen-made "limited run" it was associated with.
    Sounds hardcore. I know about recycled carts (actually I like the idea about recycling, so it's totally fine by me), but I didn't know about "home printer".
    I'm curious, was it really worth it to print all the covers at home, wasn't it actually cheaper and better to order a factory/office print run?

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy Climber View Post
    Can't remember if I posted in this or not but I would also take a CIB version if produced.
    +1 if Watermelon can do it, there stuff is top quality but I will take on either way, frankencart or professional
    Yes, I saw your post on Atari Age. I counted you.
    There's about ~25 people in my list who posted a message with a will to buy a cart, from 5 forums in total.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sashadarko View Post
    Yes, I saw your post on Atari Age. I counted you.
    There's about ~25 people in my list who posted a message with a will to buy a cart, from 5 forums in total.
    Hey there,

    if you manage to keep it at 50$ or less shipped, then you may count me in as well.
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    If you get 1985alternativo to publish it, your product may not get the best customer service or communication ever, but at least it will be cheap :P

    Anyway. I'd buy a cart version of course

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    Default Cart label from Chokai

    The user chokai has made a cart label for this game, thanks to him.
    Maybe someone would need it, who knows.
    Click to win, i.e. to get the original size version.



    p.s. Does anyone here have Retro Gamer 124?
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    I've got a copy of RG 124 on the shelf, just finishing 123 off at the moment. Is there a feature in the homebrew section?

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    Count me in for a cart version (with proper clamshell and manual) still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaced View Post
    I've got a copy of RG 124 on the shelf, just finishing 123 off at the moment. Is there a feature in the homebrew section?
    Yes, I saw it has a review of the game, so far it's the only review at all after all these months.
    Can you make a photo of it and send me somehow?
    I know they didn't quite liked it (rated only 65 of 100), but I'm curious to read it.

    Quote Originally Posted by QuickSciFi View Post
    Count me in for a cart version (with proper clamshell and manual) still.
    You already said that earlier:
    Quote Originally Posted by QuickSciFi View Post
    I implore you that you don't go the 'Hang-Man' route. I wouldn't even mind donating towards an honest print run with box and manual built from scratch. Count me in if you're going for hard copies.
    I remember all requests, I have a list of them actually.
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    I'll post a copy of the review later tonight.

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    I've been playing the demo, and it's pretty neat! My only peeve is the text. I would prefer the screen be a bit smaller and the text be over a pane or something. It can be a bit problematic to read it right over the visuals.

    Also, I noticed errors in sentence structure and grammar (can't help it, I'm an English teacher!). I can proofread the script if you want. I speak Spanish, too.

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