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[Classic] Reshoot R In Development
Posted on 13-Feb-2017 20:42:02
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Since Richard isnt too eager to advertise the product until he got something to show, I will force his hand;

https://www.patreon.com/loewenstein

Im sure many of you know he released Reshoot a while ago, and is now coding away on a sequel; Reshoot R.
So far he has just released a image, and it kinda reminds me of R-Type and Salamader (C64 game).
More colors this time around compared to the original Reshoot!

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Re: [Classic] Reshoot R In Development
Posted on 11-Mar-2017 1:47:28
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfpFYe5MDVM

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Strange GFX Style, but I like it!

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Interview with Richard/Developer;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMUtgKLtc9Y&feature=youtu.be&t=1819

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Is this on par with T-Zero, Project-X or at least Z-Out? The art style looks interesting but we've got some pretty kick ass side scrollers on our platform and I haven't completed T-Zero yet!

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Wow they will have spent 1200+ manhours on this project on its completion

It's targeted at basic A1200 models so I guess it won't reach the heights of T-Zero but the organic ship look cool and if the paralax scrolling is good and the attack patterns etc then I guess it'll be a nice shooter!

... the setting reminds me a bit of Microcosm but it's bound to be better than that (other than the intro which was sweet )

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Basic with fast RAM?

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Runs on basic A1200, A4000 and CD32 and any compatible AMIGA-emulator (Windows, Mac, Linux and more), takes advantage of faster CPUs


So maybe it'll ramp up like in the case of Alien Breed 2 AGA vs OCS/ECS. Ironically in that case the OCS/ECS version was better as it wasn't quite as brutely hard due to less aliens on screen at once

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The music teaser is great!

Is a CD version of this game still on the cards with proper CDDA music tracks?

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i'll be getting this when it's released for sure

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