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Socoder -> Misc Languages -> Snap Happy for NES

Tue, 02 Apr 2024, 09:06
cyangames

Snap Happy for NES


I've been putting together some tiles to make a swampy looking level, whilst keeping within the constraints of the NES palette. Here's where I was at this morning.



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Tue, 02 Apr 2024, 09:15
Jayenkai
Nice! .. I mean, it's not very "swampy" and looks more grasslike, but like you say, the palette's going to be in the way.
As long as the gameplay suggests that it's a swamp, it'll very easily "become" a swamp in the mind of the player, and that's the important bit.
A few swimming crocs will make all the difference.

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Tue, 02 Apr 2024, 09:36
cyangames
Thanks Jay, It's very much a starting point but yeah, it needs a fair chonk of work done

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