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#1 3 years ago

Does this look like a Point & Click Adventure Game anyone would want to play? The gameplay would be akin to Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle with interstitials of traditionally animated cut scenes. Below is concept art as well as animation clips from the prequel.

All feedback is greatly appreciated.

(Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_chaos.jpg (Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_shank.jpg (Johnny Rocketfingers 2) jrf2gif4.gif (Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_struggle.jpg (Johnny Rocketfingers 2) johnny2gif2.gif (Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_running.jpg (Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_street.jpg (Johnny Rocketfingers 2) johnny2gif1.gif (Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_planet.jpg (Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_ship.jpg (Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_explosion.jpg (Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_gangsters.jpg (Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_cave.jpg (Johnny Rocketfingers 3) jrf3_monkeys.jpg




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#2 3 years ago

Can you go into further detail about this game?

If I was to give feed back based on the pictures I'd say no, doesn't look interesting whatsoever.


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#3 3 years ago
Primarch Vulkan;5757063Can you go into further detail about this game?

You got it:

Imagine a game with the quality of storytelling, puzzles and humor of Monkey Island infused with the grittiness and cinematic stylishness of Scorsese and Tarantino movies. Combine that with the high-end animation quality of Anime Films and 1940's Cartoons and you get Johnny Rocketfingers 3.

The predominant influence is Monkey Island 1 & 2 and Day of the Tentacle. Gritty live action films are also an influence so the Adventure Game genre fits perfectly as it leans heavily toward story.

Johnny has cut scenes which involve action, but they are mostly not interactive. It is like watching a movie. When the cut scene is over, the player then begins exploring environments, picking up objects and solving puzzles. Essentially the gameplay is akin to Monkey Island but Johnny Rocketfingers has a different art style with adult themes.

Sierra games had the adult themes which is where I draw my other influence (Police Quest, Gabriel Knight, Leisure Suit Larry). But in Johnny Rocketfingers you won’t get screwed over by getting killed or not having picked up the right item. Johnny will die a plenty, but you will resume right back to the choice which led to your death. The drawing style, violence and adult themes may not be LucasArts style. But here is what is:

- Humor, Sarcasm - Main Character with personality that interacts with you and cares that you are there - Fun Puzzles that Reward you with intriguing story progression and cut scenes - Similar Icon & Inventory System to the classics - Interface specifically influenced by SCUMM

Johnny Rocketfingers 3 is not a flash game. It will be coded in Unity which is software that can export to PC, Mac, Linux, Mobile Devices and Consoles. One of the intended distribution platforms is Steam. Johnny 3 is packed with so many cut scenes that it plays like an animated film in addition to being an interactive point and click adventure game. It has a grandiose movie-length story that consists of five episodes total. Each episode has it's own, self-contained story with a beginning, middle and conclusion; and each story has a solid ending so you are not left hanging. However, after the story concludes, a NEW mystery/question is revealed/asked - which leads into the next episode. The animation in Johnny Rocketfingers 3 will be hand drawn, frame by frame animation.




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#4 3 years ago
Primarch Vulkan;5757063 If I was to give feed back based on the pictures I'd say no, doesn't look interesting whatsoever.

Vulkan, would you be willing to elaborate on what it is you find uninteresting about the pictures?




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#5 3 years ago

well you asked for it lol.

They just don't appeal to me, they seem simplistic, dated I mean I've play the 1st one when it was released on newgrounds and I don't see any upgrades to it. Nothing to draw me in to wanting to play this.

(Also we have an edit button please don't double post.)


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#6 3 years ago
Primarch Vulkan;5757069they seem simplistic, dated I mean I've play the 1st one when it was released on newgrounds and I don't see any upgrades to it. Nothing to draw me in to wanting to play this.

Well, the stick figure certainly is simplistic!

I am seeing a lot of detailed anatomy on the other characters.

Johnny Rocketfingers 1 was black and white. This is in color, so that is one major difference.

I appreciate your feedback, dude. Obviously this game isn't for everybody.

However it did capture the attention of Ron Gilbert, creator of Monkey Island, and Bob Camp director on The Ren & Stimpy Show.

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