I kinda do the opposite.. When I commission a piece, I'll generally ask if it's ok if I release it to the public or I'll say it's ok to release to the public. :)
That said, however, this is not the case for all my paid pieces. Just in general. :P
@Avery Don't let a few comments darken your days! YOU are amazing and YOU do so much more for the community than those who criticize could ever imagine doing. My unsolicited advice? You should do ONLY the things that YOU want to do. Things that YOU are passionate about doing. :)
Didn't read every response so it may have been mentioned, but in Yokai Watch, I thought it was clever that they used Alleys as dungeons. That was pretty neat.
Libraries, malls, sewers, airports, bus stations, parks (with forests), carnivals, a literal labyrinth (lots of them currently exist)...
Has my search-Fu betrayed me? I could have sworn this existed already.. (perhaps by Avery? but I did look through her threads just to be sure..)
Looking for this one:
Thanks in advanced for pointing me to it! And if it doesn't exist yet, anybody willing to make one?
I really appreciate how much effort youre putting into this and how much feedback you're accepting. :) Just to note, if it's a whole lot of trouble, please don't worry about overpass compatibility. It's such a small and uncommon occurrence that is indeed VERY easy to event.
@chaucer This is AMAZING!! I'm definitely going to get it, but I have a question you might perhaps answer?
Does it still work for tiles that are "Overpasses"? Or would that just still have to be evented? IE: A bridge the player can walk over, and then walk under.
In my current project, each Magical type class has a Healing spell.. but they operate a little differently and can be modified a little differently.
One has a straight up heal, with variance based on their stats.
One has a heal that is absolute, no variance, but less impressive in general...
So the concept for my Game Jam project is way more than I can complete before the deadline. But I think I found a way to get the core done and make the incomplete parts either not really noticeable or make them a part of the story for now. That sneaky, dastardly Krampus! Then I can complete the rest. Did I mention that this is fun?