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Re: Encouragement: Think twice before posting planned projec 

Postby cakepops » Tue Nov 08, 2016 10:47 am

Um does that mean it's ok if I don't post anything about my case? Is there any rules that I have to follow (besides the obvious) when it comes to creating my case? I'm mostly just making my case for fun so I don't really know what to do... Please let me know!
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Re: Encouragement: Think twice before posting planned projec 

Postby TheDoctor » Tue Nov 08, 2016 6:45 pm

Really, the only time you need to post about your case is when you want to let other people play it. This topic is mainly meant to discourage people from posting about cases that may never end up being released for one reason or another, but rather wait until they have stuff like screenshots, a well thought out outline of the case, or an actual release of some kind.

Beyond that, just follow the case rules and you'll be fine.
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Re: Encouragement: Think twice before posting planned projec 

Postby Enthalpy » Thu Nov 10, 2016 3:25 pm

That said, I highly encourage you to showcase your case if you're happy with the finished product. It would be a shame to just let a good project languish unseen.
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Re: Encouragement: Think twice before posting planned projec 

Postby Apollo4Justice » Fri Feb 03, 2017 2:22 am

I don't mean to be necroposting here but I had a question that related to the most recent discussion in here (if you could call it recent). I read here that you should wait until 66% of your trial is finished before posting about it, as a recommendation, but I was curious, would that same recommended number apply to a series, as in 66% is the recommended number that the entire series should be at by that point of posting?
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Re: Encouragement: Think twice before posting planned projec 

Postby TheDoctor » Fri Feb 03, 2017 3:00 am

Eh... I'd say with a series, it's a little different. With individual trials, a showcase for a trial that doesn't even have a demo just clutters up the forum. On the other hand, you generally want to keep trials of the same series in the same thread, so all it does is clutter up the OP, which isn't really as much of a problem.
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