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Posted: May 16th, 2006, 9:27am Report to Moderator
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I read it, It seems ok. The down thing is that you have to detach from an edge and styx within the rectangle.

It seems pretty hard but the game overal seems good.

Writing an action movie. EVery other script I was making got deleted and my PC crashed. MY action movie will be completed in about two weeks.
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I just submitted the full-length, much better version of the script.  It includes a few more action pieces as well as much more character development.  The ending has also been updated and is no longer nearly as gimmicky.  Look for it in the future!

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