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    What is the proper way to do it?

    Posted by (twitter: @Local_Minimum)
    January 14th, 2014 11:52 am

    I was thinking that I need to fix the stuff that mostly irritate me with the version I submitted to the miniLD#48. If this was a proper LD, I would of course upload a newer version side by side. However since it’s just a mini — does it matter? Or is there a point to keep the original submissions as to show what can and is being done in 48h? Anyone with an opinion.

    Also, since there’s no rating — please comment! Even if you don’t like the game you just played, just say something. I have the rule to write something on all games I play and as an aim to come with some constructive though too whenever I can come up with something. You can do it too!

    4 Responses to “What is the proper way to do it?”

    1. Hey man, I’ll try some games tonight and I’ll comment them whenever I have something to say! :)

    2. Hell yeah!
      I tried some games, there is pretty much cool stuff in there! Congrats to all that participated! :)

    3. deathray says:

      I think it’s a good idea to make a post-compo version of your game, and have it along side the original. This way people can still see what can be done in 48 hours, but also have the option to play a new, improved version.

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