If you want a preview of your game, email me the game and some info (special features it will have, who the authors are, what is the game's history, anything about how the game is expected to be when it is finished). Make sure the game is done enough for at least three good screenshots... max is about a dozen (make sure all are different if you are going to include that many however), and I reserve the right to refuse previews, I usually won't preview a game more than once, and so forth. If you sent a preview request and it is not here and/or I never answered you, resend (email problems again).
 
 
 
Wingedmene: Part One
25% Version

The last version of Wingedmene to be reviewed here we say in issue #1, a little over a year ago. That was the 12% version, and took us up to the first mini-boss battle (with the metal unicorn). Due to be released in a week or two's time is the 25% version, which will be (obviously) double in length of the last version. If you've played the last version, here is your chance to continue the story (although you may want to begin again from the beginning to see the new introduction).

Here are some screenshots. As a present for the new year, three of these screenshots show the locations of the doujinshi (seen in the cover) which can be traded in the game for special weapons and items.


 
The Adventures of Meow: Cat Scratch City

(Summary provided by author, XtreameMonheart@hotmail.com)

Summary:
This preview is sent on the first year anniversary of production on...The Adventures of Meow: Cat Scratch City is a fresh break from traditional RPGs. It is based off a book, (which is still unpublished) And takes place in modern times in modern cities. A few more noticeable differences are the main characters, who are kittens. This brings up many more possibilities for the old-style worn gamer. There is an interesting story, great game play options, many side quests and hidden secrets, and the graphics are a new type: Realistic Cartoon. These graphics are cartoon-like, but concentrates a 
lot on realistic values and hues. It's a really neat combination, making the characters so differently life like then the scenery. Also, TAO Meow may be the first game to use the Materia system correctly, only time will tell. And if that doesn't keep your interest, there are many magic systems in one game. So far, everybody loves this game, just wait until release. The 
Adventures of Meow: Cat Scratch City is also the first in a four-part series, but expect the previous to be 100% complete before production on the next starts. Also, TAO Meow: CSC is also the first OHRRPGCE game to have a 
forward-backward compatibility between games. If your stuck on one game, save it and restart the first game, or if you've played the first game too many times through, play the last game, without even starting a new file. That means you can also carry new items, moves and characters from new games to old ones and and old ones to new ones to really make things interesting.

Story Summary:
Twin kittens, lost deep in the modern city of New York with no family or friends, soon discover how vast the world really is. Meow, and his twin, Two always knew they were different, although they never knew how much so. They 
had an acing desire to leave the filthy, crowded city. So every day they would gather food from anywhere they can and store it in a hidden stash. Some day, when the stash was full, they would leave the city. However, one day their stash becomes a victim on an underground cat mob. Can Meow and Two win back their stash and leave the city, or will they be stuck there for their entire nine lives?

 
 
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