General discussion about CrossCode.
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Re: Breaking the Ice. How did you find CrossCode?

by Minitte » Fri Jun 26, 2015 6:10 am

Discovered the world of Crosscode while exploring indieDB.
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Re: Breaking the Ice. How did you find CrossCode?

by Webmaster » Sun Jun 28, 2015 6:45 am

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It all started with 4 identical search queries. I find I get decent results when I search in batches.

  • html5 rpg engine
  • html5 rpg framework
  • html5 rpg creator
  • html5 rpg
After a few moments: http://www.gamepix.com/blog/the-big-list-of-2d-html5-games-engines/
After opening up the first 5 links and exploring I landed on: http://impactjs.com/forums/games

BOOM! You had the last reply.

It all started because I desire making a small, fun plus interactive game. The hardest part is finding a starting point. I already have the passion, dedication and (almost complete) master plan that is broken down into chunks!

Good job too!
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Re: Breaking the Ice. How did you find CrossCode?

by OmerNeu » Wed Jul 01, 2015 9:18 pm

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Re: Breaking the Ice. How did you find CrossCode?

by Ukko » Thu Jul 02, 2015 6:07 pm

Found it on steam today... Played the demo and loved it.

Kind of sad I didn't see it during the summer sale. Probably would have bought the early access version on there right away if I had known about it.
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Re: Breaking the Ice. How did you find CrossCode?

by Atlessa » Thu Jul 02, 2015 7:27 pm

Ukko wrote:Found it on steam today... Played the demo and loved it.

Kind of sad I didn't see it during the summer sale. Probably would have bought the early access version on there right away if I had known about it.


Pretty sure it didn't go on sale yet. EA has only started like a month ago, after all.
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Re: Breaking the Ice. How did you find CrossCode?

by Urinstein » Thu Jul 02, 2015 9:49 pm

^ It was around 25% off.
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Re: Breaking the Ice. How did you find CrossCode?

by Flx » Fri Jul 10, 2015 1:21 am

Found it on GameJolt, not sure when but it was this year. I was looking for a game to kill some time before going to work and CrossCode was the top one on a certain category i can't remember. I finished playing it after i came back home from work and been following it since then.
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Re: Breaking the Ice. How did you find CrossCode?

by Aka » Sun Jul 12, 2015 7:43 am

How did i find CrossCode? well...

I was browsing on GameJolt, looking for a game to play to kill some time, and came across this little gem right here. I was instantly compelled to play due to the retro graphics and music, and when it went onto Steam, i bought it as soon as i was able to.

I'm very interested to see how this will turn out over the next months.
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Re: Breaking the Ice. How did you find CrossCode?

by yumil » Mon Jul 13, 2015 12:41 pm

'heard about crosscode recently, with a Jeuxvideo.com video about the game. I played the demo on this site and i loved it, so when i saw the early access on steam, I took the game. And so here i am :D
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Re: Breaking the Ice. How did you find CrossCode?

by The-rusty-man » Thu Sep 10, 2015 7:33 pm

Well i discovered it accidentally by good rating on Newgrounds (my Source of simple 2d games). First i think that the game is "just another short slooow flash game" but it loads truth Unity player not Flash :shock: . It have nice retro graphics that i like ;) . It run fast all play time and somehow it reminds me the pokemon series... Love it...
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