intriguing way of bringing reader in, nice visuals and just interesting way of story telling.
do you happen to have nintendo ds? because there is this game called '999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors' and this story youre telling reminds me of the way this game is formatted with the narrative, it's also a unique game.. this reminds me of it, if you have time definitely check it out.
Intriguing opening, but I wouldn't have so many clicks. It's annoying to have to click for every little action. Figure out what's necessary, or what would make a good pause in the story, and then delete the extraneous.
I mean the number of times I physically have to click the mouse. I shouldn't have to push the button as many times as you have in this chapter. A lot the smaller actions can be connected under one click instead of divided up among several.
Just look for series of actions you can string together, like a series of small camera moves or small actions that shouldn't need clicks in-between. It's up to you how to group them, but as director and editor, it's all about how you see you project being seen by the audience.
Oh believe me, I have scoured the earth for all kinds of visual novel related tutorials to little avail. You know how you're looking for that one very specific thing and it's never there? Like for the moment I'm actually more worried about the REALLY basic stuff like syncing multiple audio files, manual panning, and text effects. (I've actually found a way to do some pretty cool text effects but the setup process was pretty messy so that's a bummer!) how do people code entire games in flash how do people code how do
Woah... I love the beginning-of-video-game feel to it, with the Protagonist, and the speach box at the bottom... And the feeling of curiosity, learning, but not minding that you don't know all of what's happening... fantastic!! And it's all so beautiful, that cold, bright world...
The music is so chillingly beautiful. I don't feel scared listening to it, but it's haunting. Powerfully dark, yet simple and magical.