Looking great, I'm liking the lighting.
That lighting is going to look great as the art comes together!
I used trello too in a similar way for the rebuild of the site. I found I dropped it until the very end of the build. As when I first started it made me see how much work I had to do and that made it harder to work on. Also modeling, rigging and animating characters are some of the hardest to learn for 3d, so well done it's a great first attempt!
Great tutorial, Thanks for sharing!
Looking great and I really like your western track too, well done.
I also think making small games is the way to go. I have a couple of larger games in the works but they are so difficult to start working on. I get a lot of satisfaction from completing the game and having something to show for it. Then I am able to put it behind me and start something new. Like you said, you will also learn more from doing it this way. You should not stop enter entertainment though, you should carry on under that name and grow it with smaller games. If you end enter entertainment you will lose all the hard work you have put in so far. You should see Enter as your portfolio for all your future games no matter how big or small. Just my two cents.
It's great to see how far you have progressed, Well done.
It's coming together very well. Well done and keep up the good work!
I like the comic strip art style!
I often find myself in the same situation. You get far in a project but then you start working on existing or new projects. It's always a great feeling when you do get them released though. I might have to take a look at godot some time as I didn't know it had a webgl exporter.
Great post and explanation. Thanks for sharing!
Hopefully these will help some
It's looking good, well done!
Looks great, any idea when you might launch it?
I hope you all like the new feature!
Looking great! Thanks for keeping us updated.
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Not sure what problem your having but when I tried the game it was working for me.
I think having a pong classic is a great idea.
Great idea, building small games is the reason I built this site. I built a commercial game by myself for steam and it almost killed me, it took many years. That's why I decided to make a site to give devs more earning opportunities from html5 games. I wish you the best of luck on your challenge and I hope some more members join in. I may even join in but for now I have many site improvements to implement first.
Apologies, I changed something a day or so ago but this should now be working again. Thanks
Looks great, good luck!
Very nice example of your shading techniques, looking forward to seeing the demo.
Looking forward to finding out more!
Good luck with the kickstarter! I pledged xD
Looks fantastic! I know the hardships of spending years on a game to finally finish and discover your also about to become the marketing department on top of everything else. Great work!
Thanks for sharing!
Useful for our spanish speaking developers, thanks for sharing!
Thanks for posting! Looks like a great game.
I enjoyed it, keep up the great work!
Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing.
Really liked the game, the hard work shows. Keep up the great work!
Great dev log, enjoyed finding out more about your journey. Looking forward to the next!
Fantastic, the idea is very original. Hopefully we will see a video soon!
Looks great, thanks for sharing!
This looks really great! Thanks for sharing.