05 Jun 11
Nandrew

E3 for everyone!

Only part of the QCF team is able to make it to E3 this year, so we figure there’s a good chance that not all of the DD community will make it there either. This situation is vastly unfair … so we’ve gotta do something about it.

After throwing out some magnificently expensive and incredibly impractical ideas (a duplicate E3 show in every major city), we decided to simply let you all play the same demo that we’ll be showing at E3! It’ll only be available for the 3 days of the Expo, so make sure you get to try it while it’s up at the Desktop Dungeons site!

The demo will show a partially upgraded kingdom (without the final graphics) and offers no progression — it’s designed specifically for the quick E3 showfloor turnover, sorry! But if you know anyone who’d love to get some playtime with the new improved DD, or just wants a little piece of E3 at home, point them at us this week.

 


6 Responses to “E3 for everyone!”

  1. Parke Says:

    Here is a suggestion for you.

    When my health is so low that I will die if I attack again, but I have enough mana, automatically select the fireball for me. This will save me the bother of moving the mouse, clicking on the fireball, and moving the mouse back.

  2. Dustin S Says:

    Umm, so this doesn’t support 64-bit browsers. I am not going to buy something that doesn’t support modern technology. Any plans for 64-bit support?

  3. dislekcia Says:

    Oh, so Unity’s web player doesn’t work in 64bit browsers? I didn’t know that. Wonder if there’s anything we can do about that…

  4. dislekcia Says:

    Interesting suggestion. There’s a bit of a problem with it in that there are multiple ways to deal with a low-health situation and we’d have to then choose between them “for you”, which would suck. Did you want to go with first strike instead, well tough… I think the best solution is probably casting hotkeys – which we’re totally already working on.

  5. Oscar Says:

    A small review for a big game ;)

    In spanish .
    http://www.fasebeta.net/archives/25133

  6. Jason Says:

    You could add a confirmation box when you attack something that would lead to death.


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