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The Frozen Egg - Classic Edition - The Bunker by guimero64 The Frozen Egg - Classic Edition - The Bunker by guimero64
Fake Gameplay and Cinematic Screenshots done for the contest The G.A.M.E

ANIMATED VERSION HERE: [link]

Game: The Frozen Egg - Classic Edition

Genre: Adventure, Point & Click

Description: The satellite Urh'Erl is inhabited by strange creatures, the strangest of them being the Rhel, a human-like species close to nature and with immense powers.
At certain age, they are allowed to go in the wild and find their familiar with whom they create a strong bond which unlock their dormant powers.

We follow the story of a young Iz'Aļa who is looking for his father, supposedly lost during a scientific expedition. His researches will lead him to a forest never approached by anyone because of the tales, filled with horror and mysteries, that are told about it.
What he will discover is yet unknown but one thing is sure: his life will be forever changed after this adventure...

Current Screen: Iz'Aļa discovers that his father is dead. And he makes his first contact with his future familiar!

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Inspired by Monkey Island.

First entry: [link]
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usererror41 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013
Love the animated version. Like I said before: let me know if you have time and want to do some of the art for one of my games.
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guimero64 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thanks! I was thinking about what you said while doing this. If I have time I'm going to contact you :)
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usererror41 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013
:excited:

Did you like RPG Maker VX Ace?
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guimero64 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I'll try it soon!
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usererror41 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013
I could send you an intro I've made for one of my games (using only the standard art) if you want to see it in action.
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guimero64 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Sure!
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usererror41 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2013
K. I'll put it together for you.
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guimero64 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thanks! :D
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Alistu Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Insert disk 22?! How many disks would this come on if it were a real game?!
Awesome work anyway! The animated version is excellent.
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guimero64 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013  Student Digital Artist
The 'insert disk 22' comes from the 'stump joke' in monkey island, google it :)
Thanks, it took me days to animate this on photoshop which had limited animation tools!
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Alistu Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You used Photoshop?! Even more impressive. The most I have managed to animate in Photoshop is my current avatar and a ball bounce sequence.
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guimero64 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thanks!
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usererror41 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013
I actually had a game that required 12 floppies that you had to switch between, but that's the most I've ever seen.
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Alistu Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow! The most I have ever had to use was four to install The Sims 2.
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usererror41 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013
Ah, but I'm speaking of dos games. Back before cds or dvds. Floppies had a much more limited capacity so if you wanted to make a large game it took quite a few. The game I'm referring to actually didn't install at all since it was made for the amiga (before hard drives were standard) so it would often pop up a screen saying to insert disk #xx into the drive.

I collect old games. :D
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Alistu Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You mean those floppies that were nearly the size of a mouse mat? lol I've only ever had to use those at secondary school to play games. I have no idea why we had computers that still took those massive floppies. They weren't used for actual work of any kind, just to play games on during end of term days.
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usererror41 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013
Actually it used the small floppies, but I still have most of my large floppy games, some of them for my first ever computer: a commodore 64. I have a full box set of x-wing on large and small floppies, as well as the b-wing expansion. :D

I also have a complete collection of the programming language c on large floppies.
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