All the games I saw in this list really look nice!
My game is the first one I ever created in DB-Pro (never even heard of it before I read about the competition!)! And it gave me some really difficult things to work out (around), because I just had the Demo (no PhysiX-collision-report and -triggers etc.), but in the end it run! (Sorry, but I have no space to put a screenshot of my game, but it's not that important to look at!)
But after I saw what you all throw into the competition, I think my "PhysiX-Brick-Breakout" will NOT have any chances against them!
The game from "Joe" plays very fine (maybe the look/steering with the keys is a bit slow, mouse-look might have been a better choice in my eyes, but it might be intended to be like it is, to make it more difficult!
The game from "Neptune" seems to be a favorite, because all I have read seems like it brings much fun and needs some thinking to win!
"RedMotion"'s game also looks interesting to me!
I really wonder how the other (8?) games would look like and how they do play with the "PhysiX"!
I'm really excited who will win and what it will be (I mean the game and how it will play!)?
"Alfred", your editor absolutly looks like a "must-have" tool to me! If it gets even better, I think you could easily sell it! (Are you sure to offer it for FREE???
Good luck to all, who participated!
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