Sanata Mini Games.

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Jan 1, 2010

Sanata Mini Games. by Eldude at 1:16 PM (1,541 Views / 0 Likes) 16 replies

  1. Eldude
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    I made this game for the DS Game Maker xmas comp. Only had a month to make it and had to use the santa sprite in the game.
    With only a month to devlop, its not perfect but fun for the kids to play.

    Enjoy.

    DOWNLOAD HERE
     
  2. DSGameMaker

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    High score 419!
     
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    The heading is called "Sanata".
     
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    Heheh
    That will confuse a few people hehehe.

    I'm over it, hope you get over it soon.

    Its this new keyboard I got for xmas. Still not used to it. Its one of those microsoft curve things.

    Dear Moderators. If you get a chance can you please change the thread topic to Santa and not Sanata. Thanks in advance.
     
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    we need an easter game now haha lets get someone working on it!
     
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    No offense, but the game needs more work. The maze has sliding glitches, in snowflake catching you walk forward while moving left and right, and evil santa dies in one hit.
     
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    Of course it needs more work! I mean, the name is "SANATA Mini Games".
     
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    Funny guys!!

    Yes I only had 1 month of game development. As I originally posted. Yes it needs work. I don't think I posted anywhere that it was final!

    Thanks for trying it.
     
  9. Inunah

    Banned Inunah The Female Mistaken for a Male.

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    And I was kidding about it needing work. It's better than what I'd make, so I can't complain.
     
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    Well, it is true that is better than anything I could make.
     
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    Try DSgamemaker. Makes development easy. You can still see your source code so that you can learn from it. Once the app is mastered, moving onto hand coding is easier.
     
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    Very Fun Game. Add more mini games into it.
     
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    Makes sense but i'm more for the 'If I make a game it must be fully 3D and better than Soma Bringer' approach and I don't think DSGameMaker can do such a thing.
     
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    Yeah at this stage DS GameMaker does 2D games.
     
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    You misunderstood me, I've tried dsgm, and failed at it too...=[
     
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    I can code either way. I like DSGM as it takes care of the graphics for me and separates/organizes my functions (rooms).
    It is being dumbed down every release which makes it more rigid but sticking with an older version does me.
     
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    at first, looking at the title, i thought it was a christmas piano songs homebrew. [sanata]
     

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