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Martin_Linda

Martin_Linda

Czech Republic

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http://games.cinemax.cz

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Martin_Linda

#1

Martin_Linda commented on Review: Decathlon 2012 (DSiWare):

@Luigi_is_better: Thank you for your comment! To your question about "tapping again while in the air, such as in the long jump or high jump". Yes there is very important the timing, especially for the long jump. In the long jump there is the green "height" bar, that indicates the best time for this tap - and in that moment you switch from the fly phase to landing phase (arms and legs towards) and that can significantly extend your jump. But you must tap before the "height" bar turns red (you are to far in the jump phase) and not to early (you can even shorten your jump when switching to landing phase to early). In the height jump the tap switches from the take off phase to fly phase, but right timing differs depending on the moment where you start your jump (in the take off phase you move more vertically and in the fly phase you switch to move more horizontally for a moment and you move your legs up). I hope this helps:)

Martin_Linda

#2

Martin_Linda commented on Review: Decathlon 2012 (DSiWare):

Thank you for your thougts.

I have an account here to be able to answer questions of people who played or who are interested in our games and to be able to give them direct support here. To be honest, I am not much interested in discusions with people who have not played the game and are strongly decieded not to play. Obviously, I have not much oportunity to convince them after such review, that states everything with this game is wrong (and now particullary the controls which are prety common for this kind of game imo). But for this time I might discuss a bit. Maybe I don't think these controls are not such boring and not the same for every discipline. Maybe it is not all about dragging your stylus mindlessly back and forth across the touch screen. For example there is stamina in 400m and 1500m events and you have to find the right ratio between speed and endurance. Maybe the experience from the controll of 110 hurdless when you have to lift up the stylus in the right moment for the jump is quite different from the 100m run. Maybe the cotroll of other disciplines is quite different from way described in this review (if the reviewer did it the described way, he loosed every attempt). Well maybe someone would consider the controlls of the game and thus all the gamplay challenging. But would you believe me if you are allready convinced with such striking review?

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#3

Martin_Linda commented on Review: Decathlon 2012 (DSiWare):

Hi folks, I'm the only programmer of Rytmik series (and sound designer) as well as of Decathlon. You can trust me I gave the same effort in programming Decathlon as I did with Rytmik series. I think this game is quite enjoyable at least for everyone who give it a chance. For sure we don't make games to deserve 1/10 score. It was a joke. Have a nice day.

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#6

Martin_Linda commented on Cinemax Puts Together Rytmik Website Mix Tape:

@18: to say the truth, the voice in this remix is not made in Rytmik:) Although there are some voice samples in Retrobits. But major part of the song is - it is my remix of song BIT18 included in Rytmik Retrobits.

The whole text is:
Hello, it's funny. I can hear my voice. I'm happy and I like dancing. Indeed, I have no choice.
My chip is ticking down. Just hold me please. You have nice CDs. Give me drink zero-one and you will see love on my LCDs.

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#9

Martin_Linda commented on Review: Puzzle Rocks (DSiWare):

@2 one level takes approx 2 - 10 minutes depending on its difficulty. But probably you will repeat severall levels to achieve some conditions needed for game progress. Very skilled user is able to finish those 36 levels in about 3 - 5 hours of continuous gameplay. And in the review is not mentioned, that there is second game mode which contains another 36 levels...

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#12

Martin_Linda commented on Review: Rytmik: Rock Edition (DSiWare):

@paperskyx this price is special action for USA market as apologize for much later release date than EU version. Rock Edition has all the features of the original Rytmik plus some new powerfull features. And the instrument set is completely different. Of course, you can make songs in original Rytmik that may have some rock feeling (it is mainly about how you compose your music), but there are no guitar instruments and so-rock-sounding drums and bass in its instrument library. Hope you are satified with these answers;)

@cats We are glad you like this app! The good news is that we are working on other Rytmik edition(s). What kind of instrument set - well this will be a surprise, but I believe you will enjoy it at least the same as this release:) And some new features will be added as well!

Martin_Linda

#13

Martin_Linda commented on Rytmik:

well, obviously, you have to learn it... I understand that for someone who does know nothing about music creation it could be a bit frustrating at the beginning, but on the other hand, you have whole adventure of discovering how music works and I think it is a great adventure... And if you don't want to start from scratch, you can freely load one of complete songs included in Rytmik library and explore its clips to get some idea how to achieve some melody or rhythm. But you can feel free and try to make some random junk, than make another random junk, decide which way sounds better to you and continue that direction...

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#14

Martin_Linda commented on Struggling With Your Rytmik Masterpiece? This ...:

Ok, maybe we could make also some short tutorial on this issue in the future. Anyway it is quite easy. Take 3.5mm jack and plug it to your DSi headphone out on one side and to the line in of your computer on the other side. Than the simplest way in Vista (and it works in simmilar way in other versions of Windows) is to open Start->All programs->Accessories->Sound Recorder. Now press start in the Sound Recorder and play in the Rytmik. When you stop recording, the sound recorder shows Save file dialog where you can save recorded audio into wma file. And remember, do not push the volume of the DSi headphone output too hard as it would introduce some distortion into the audio signal.

There are also some guidelines directly on Microsoft web pages and you can find a lot of free and more sophisticated sound recorders around there on the web. Just try to search "free sound recorder download" in Google.

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#15

Martin_Linda commented on Review: Rytmik (DSiWare):

Yes, we are working on the NA release, though we can't tell you any specific release date yet.

@Prosody: thank you, and thank this site for the information support:) I think in a few days there will be some material ready.

Martin_Linda

#16

Martin_Linda commented on Review: Rytmik (DSiWare):

Thank you for all the feedback! We are working on video tutorials and some other videos and we will publish them on youtube soon, stay tuned!

@IanUniacke: speed of clip is set in clip edit screen by single and double arrows - you can see them in the right upper corner of the firts screenshot. For each clip you can set bpm from 60 to 180. Additionaly you can double or half the tempo with 2x or 1/2 buttons. And you can set lenght of the clip by dragging on the bottom of the clip edit screen. Than there's one important thing - tempo in the song is determined only by clips placed the first track of the song (there is written "tempo track" in it:). And overall speed of the song may be changed from 50% to 200% with arrows in the middle of the song edit screen. Hope this helps;)

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#18

Martin_Linda commented on Unleash Your Inner DJ With Rytmik:

Hi guys, thank's for your interest and comments. I'm the programmer of this app. This app is not loop based. It is sample based and you set notes that trigger samples of different instruments (in similar way to trackers or some grooveboxes). There are no audio loops. You can make short clips from your note sequences. It is not a pro audio gadget but, as you will hear soon from videos, it is capable of producing some decent rhytms, or some cool techno or dnb stuff. For shure you can save your songs - up to 255. And yes, you can export your music only with audio out of your nintendo. Finally it is not intended as some monster dj tool for making your enemies loose the battle, but it is ment to support your sonical creativity and I hope using it is fun.

Martin_Linda

#19

Martin_Linda commented on Sokomania:

Hi, this is not a port of Sokoban from any platform. This Sokomania is new game which adds some new ideas and gameplay to the original Sokoban. And completely new levels of course. I hope there will be full description and ingame video here soon.