online game include havok engine

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  1. lingo1357

    lingo1357 New Member

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    Hello every one,

    i would like to introduce 3 of my games. you could play them on these links:



    http://en.t45ol.com/play/2523/smallfish-greatsea.html

    http://en.t45ol.com/play/2524/attack-on-fighters.html

    http://en.t45ol.com/play/2525/toyroom.html (3D)--i used havok engine for this game



    i will be thank if you give a try to them & send me your feedbacks.

    also you can read something interesting at:


    http://www.ps3fanboy.com/2007/08/07/toy-home-started-as-a-flash-game/
    please contact me if you would like to have these games on your site.

    my email: lingo1357@gmail.com



    thanx
     
  2. tolik

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    I wonder if usage of Spiderman and R2D2 counts as fair use in Toy Room?
    Looks shady to me.
     
  3. Maupin

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    If I recall there was a thread with this guy before which illustrated his lack of understanding when it comes to intellectual property laws.

    I tried the Small Fish & Great Sea game. My honest feedback is that it's one of the most annoying Flash games I've ever played. If the player doesn't move immediately left or down upon the start of the game, the fish is (I assume) eaten. You've got to ease the player into the game and slowly ramp up the difficulty.
     
  4. tolik

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    Ah yes, now I remember it:
    http://forums.indiegamer.com/showthread.php?p=125439
    "Fortunately" that's not Flash, that's Director/Shockwave.
     

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