I was reading about Queen of Code and I saw the image of a domed building with a clockface and chimneys with swirling smoke, and I thought this was quite a magical scene like something I'd remembered from childhood. I've always been fascinated by fairytales and stars, and I have a lifelong love of science, so your game seems like the perfect meeting place for tech and imagination. I'll start tweeting to spread the word and really hope you reach your target. Jane
Dear friends I'm an indie game dev from Spain and I found this project thanks to Alice who wrote me on Twitter @LordYarek I like the idea and I think you can create a good game but I think that Aina is able to do the art ( and the style looks great so far ) and you should use the money to pay for the music instead. Anyway it's just my personal suggestion. I wish you good luck and if you need something you can find me on Twitter.
Good luck with the project, i'm liking what i've seen so far=) I've mentioned this in a <a href="http://www.adventuregamestudio.co.uk/forums/index.php?topic=51325.msg636501200">post</a> on the Adventure Game Studio forums (there's a board for non-AGS adventure stuff) to hopefully get you some more interest. In case you're around, some of the forum members host a yearly meet-up - <a href="http://www.screen7.co.uk/adventurex/">AdventureX</a> - for all things adventure game related. The next one is on the 6th & 7th December in London. Entry is free. The demos/talks are properly scheduled, so you'd have to speak to the organisers if you wanted to do something official, but you'd be welcome to come along and meet other adventure game dev/enthusiasts.
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