DeathByGames

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I am currently developing a game and I need help choosing which Game Over Screen to use. Help. I made these, so please don't use them for any commercial games.

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I'd have agree, the bottom one is the way to go!
 

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The bottom one looks much better, game over is a dark feeling. Having a dark feel is better. The top one is too cheerful.


Hope this helps you. :D  Oh anyway, you could put a watermark on your picture to protect your graphic and also tell others that you are using it. 
 

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