Submitted by Brandon G.
Androx is a game I have been working on for a while now.
Some people are concerned that this game is in Rpg maker I'm sorry but its only being used as base. We are going to be doing the final project using a python the game I'm hoping to put it on steam or another place the final price for a digital copy will be from 5 to 10 dollars since posting a digital copy is much cheaper and more effecient than buying disks to put the game on, getting boxes to package them in. Plus I found I prefer to buy my games digitally so I always have them. I'll post some images of the python and java script soon.
This is a project I have been working on for a while on and off. I would like to work on it full time but I don't have the funds to.
When I submitted this project before you asked what experience I have well I have taken a couple programming courses in my college I am majoring in I.T. I took python, c#, c++, and a java language, I also did some gui programming styles like this program i am using to make the game.
Some info on the game:
It's about a demon who wants to get revenge on the tribe of vampires who killed his family. So through out the game you hunt them and gain allies to aid you on the quest. it's pretty far a long.I'll show some game play through out the funding process.
You will get a shout out on my youtube channel with a thank you and if you have a channel i will share yours.
You will get a copy before anyone else a couple days earlier digitally.
You get to beta test and sweep for bugs on my games late stages and the above rewards.
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