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Old 29 August 2019, 10:39   #1
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DaemonClaw: Origins of Nnar

I _assume_ that this game could also get an Amiga release. At least the website speaks of "Amiga graphics" and "famous Amiga musician": https://bitbeamcannon.com/daemonclaw/

Either way, the game looks fabulous!
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Old 29 August 2019, 11:38   #2
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I guess so, becuase it clearly states: "It was initially prototyped on an Amiga, but is first being fully developed on modern platforms, but the plan is to finish a classic Amiga version once the game design and graphical assets are all finished in the creation of this version for modern platforms."
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Old 29 August 2019, 11:40   #3
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LOL, when I visited the site an hour ago it just had a "Lorem Lipsum" text then. :-) Now, thanks for the update.
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Old 29 August 2019, 12:12   #4
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If you want more info on this game there is a huge series of “making of” videos on the bitbeamcannon YouTube channel.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL5...hOZN_MmWreflmw

Look for videos in the “Creating a game in Construct 2” series.

Highly recommended
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Old 29 August 2019, 12:13   #5
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Thanks, alpine9000! Yeah, I know, I am a Patreon. :-)
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Thanks, alpine9000! Yeah, I know, I am a Patreon. :-)
Ha, well I’m guessing you know all kinds of secrets then!
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Old 29 August 2019, 12:42   #7
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Ha, well I’m guessing you know all kinds of secrets then!
:-) Not all, I guess, but some. I am really exited, that is for sure!
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Thanks, alpine9000! Yeah, I know, I am a Patreon. :-)

So am I and I though those videos were intended to be private for patreons. Maybe their secrecy expired?
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So am I and I though those videos were intended to be private for patreons. Maybe their secrecy expired?
No, there are videos that are private Patreon videos and some are available in public on youtube.
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So am I and I though those videos were intended to be private for patreons. Maybe their secrecy expired?
The patreon page has mixed private and public videos. Afaik the videos marked as 'private' do remain that way.

*edit: ah, clydos was faster than me
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So am I and I though those videos were intended to be private for patreons. Maybe their secrecy expired?
I think there are two sets of videos, the YouTube ones and the Patreon ones with the Patreon videos diving even further behind the scenes, more like a “fly on the wall” of the bitbeamcannon creative process.
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Extremely talented pixel artists. I love how they are integrating copper into the overall art. While many did it technically before. Here its a completely cohesive piece of art.


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