Where is lastibility? Quantity doesn't matter anymore? In that case, someone can make 1 level which last 5 minutes that contain fabulous graphics, programming, and such and get the same score as someone who can make an equally good games with 10 levels?
Oh and about gameplay, about the "is it easy to pick up and understand / play?" part. Well, some games can be very complicated but once you pick it up, it's extremely fun. What if someone makes an engine with lots of moves like wall jump and such? It shouldn't decrease the points for gameplay but instead increase the points for gameplay.
Im gonna enter the competition with a solo entry I think, I'm glad that the competition has been started nice and early, to give us all enough time to plan the games and not have to rush them at the last minute!
of course you can submit 2 games... it's 2 games on your name, but it's twice the effort. And also it's not twice the chance you god damn retard, because 2 bad games lose when you can make 1 great awesomely made game that will win.
Yes im sure most people here would be willing to put in twice the work for MMF2 pro edition but it wouldnt be fair on those that only have time to make one game. Ive never really seen a competition where you can have more than one entry, are you from alabama?
DaVince This fool just HAD to have a custom rating
29th November, 2005 at 4:29:50 PM -
And also it's not twice the chance you god damn retard, because 2 bad games lose when you can make 1 great awesomely made game that will win.
But when you made two awesome games, you still get more chance...
And what about the work speed? Some people work much faster than other ones and thus have more time to make TWO awesome games.
And next time, don't call people retards blindly like that. You should know I'm not.