Xellos wrote:It still looks like a mediocre 3D platformer game from the sixth-generation era that flooded the market back then.
Nanirourou wrote:It just looks too much like a cheap Chinese knock off title to me. It's definitely better than it was, but I'm still not interested in it.
Gorjo wrote:New video: https://youtu.be/UictHnv8pk8
It's the level seen in that pic in the first post of this thread, and there are some changes like a double jump.
I hope the jumping is as presice as this and the previous video (0:43) make it look. That would make the game really good and a lot of fun.
I'm not sure what's the point of the monkey. So far he makes the player glide but it doesn't seem like something the rabbit couldn't do by himself. The rabbit also seems to use the monkey to attack when spinning in the air, but it doesn't look safe for the monkey at all.
Gorjo wrote:New update:
Nanirourou wrote:Gorjo wrote:New update:
I'll admit, it looks more like an homage now, and less like a knock-off. Also knowing what we know now about Banjo's character originally being a rabbit, I like this a lot better now. Like the progress. I might pick it up when it's done!
Bonkard wrote:I hate to bump an old-ish thread, but I thought someone should mention the character redesigns are being done by Luigi Lucarelli, a member of this very forum!
tomjscott wrote:Despite the negative criticisms that this has gotten by earlier posters, I really like Clive 'n Wrench and think it's going to be an excellent game. I honestly prefer it over Yooka Laylee, which I think is more of a Banjo Kazooie knock-off. One of the reasons I prefer Clive 'n Wrench is because the developer started with nothing, never received funding, yet has persevered and made improvements every step of the way and didn't quit because of negative feedback. Whereas Playtonic slaps together a quick demo and has millions of dollars handed to them on a silver platter. I always saw crowd funding as a place where anyone can have a chance at raising money for their dream project, but instead it seems to only feed money to those who could easily, imho, get the money through traditional investment paths. And the poor little guy who needs the funds can't ever seem to get it.
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