Fancy Pants Design: Combat

Let’s talk about some game design!

Fun fact, the last time I stuck my face in front of the camera was 7 years ago :|

Apologies for being woefully out of practice at actually looking at a camera. What do you guys want to see next? Interested in seeing how everyone responds to videos about games that are already out instead of still being worked on…

Don’t worry, we’ll be seeing some new content too :D

5 Responses to “Fancy Pants Design: Combat”

  • Well, then you haven’t changed at all in 7 years. :woot:
    I like the “first type” of combat the most.

  • Mad props on the mobile versions of SFPA coming out, Brad! Glad to see you doing reports again, I remember when I would refresh the site everyday hoping to see a new World 3 report and how unbearable the wait for World 3 felt. And it all lived up to the hype, and then some!

    I remember watching some video which said you wanted momentum to be a big theme for SFPA. It’d be awesome if you made a video all about the momentum and movement (really the core of fancy pants for me) and how it came to be so smooth and flawless. I remember on the forum somehwere a long time ago where you talked a bit about it and how you were enjoying tiny wings, which implements momentum in a really cool way. Another thing I really loved about the W1 Remix/SFPA engine was how light fancy pants man seemed now, how sliding off even a small ramp or a jump off a hill with momentum would give you awesome airtime and it made for a lot of fun just sliding and bouncing through levels endlessly. The combat is amazing too, and I’m really excited for where combat will go next, maybe with different types of melee weapons with their own pros/cons, a wide variety of ink guns, a diverse range of enemies. The hype for SUPER FANCY PANTS ADVENTURES: WORLD II is real!

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  • I like the “first type” of combat the most. wuxiaworld

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