With 2020 well-done and over with, another has taken its place, and as such, it is time to celebrate games made using Adventure Game Studio during that nightmare of a year. Where does one start? Why, by playing the lot, of course! Or just some. There are quite a few, and I expect playing that many would be a rather daunting task, however great the potential for awesomeness.
Feeling overwhelmed by the AGS Database contents? Fear not, for the usual For Your Consideration thread has been created, giving everyone a place to recommend/highlight their creation. So those who prefer an easier-to-scroll-through list may want to go there instead. Me, I’m gonna hit the lot, see what I come up with. Who needs sleep anyway, right? Oh, and just in case, I’ve listed the steps below. We are currently on # 0 – play them games! as highlighted.
- Step # 0 – play them games!
You have some time to play games made in 2020. Do it!
- Step # 1 – nomination time!
Select games you deem worthy in each category!
- Step # 2 – vote, folks!
Pick from the nominees and we get a winner!
- Step # 3 – party!
Big party to celebrate the winners!
At the time of writing, eight recommendations have been shared, although I’m certain loads more will join in before long. Even in 2021, people do still need time to locate their project amidst a mess of files, make screenshots for the submission, write a brief spiel for the recommendation – all that good stuff. So if you’ve made a game in Adventure Game Studio in 2020, what are you waiting for, really? This is your time to shine! It’ll be a fierce competition, but do not let that stop you from entering. Who dares wins. Best of luck.
Note: screenshot atop this article is not from a 2020 game, nor is it my creation. It is from abstauber‘s AeroNuts, which he generously open sourced back in 2014, enabling me to fire up Adventure Game Studio and… well, create said screenshot.