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This has amazing potential. I love Ye and his melody just as much as the next guy, but this android game is clunky. It has a lot of issues at the moment that need to be fixed. I love the source material, but the method this android game plays and runs right now is a disgrace to Ye. Sometimes Jumping wouldn't work, sometimes it would. Very iffy at the moment, but I hope it does obtain fix becuase this would be an awesome time waster while listening to MBDTF for the 5000th time. Not at the moment though, very broken.
This has amazing potential to be a really amazing game, amazing work. The video test is fluid, smooth and the interface is really well polished. The best part about this android game is the art style, which if you also like you can go and support the artist by following @lil_ye on Instagram. Huge ups 🙏🏽
Still a lot of problems Note 4 is really small. Can't zoom, and didn't always draw where I wanted. I tried my 8" smartphone and its better but it will randomly erase in spots I didn't want. It would be nice if you could also just join intersecting walls without having to attempt to scroll through the choices. I think that might be better if it was just a toolbar and they were all there. Looks promising but it also hasn't been updated in over a year.
Safe Bugs with online storage, when I just press safe on a map that is already safe it will ask me for a fresh name. Also scroll bugs. Can't scroll further down than to INN/Tavern, it just jumps back. Also please add some more objects that fit together to make bars, longer tables, custom shaped benches etc. So very nice design, love the application but far to less options for design.
Sounded Amazing I don't like giving poor reviews, but... -Drawing tool is too picky when zoomed in. -Item placement wouldn't work for me at all. -Paper sizes were not 8.5" by 11", with no option to change. -Scrolling...why is the scrolling accelerated and simply pan scroll? The work zone is NOWHERE near huge enough to justify having that kind of scrolling method. You guys have a really concept here, but it seems a bit broken cool at the moment. Is a possible here? [Galaxy S4 Mini, 4.4.2]
Not bad. I was a small hesitant purchasing the application with some of the reviews.. but I went for it anyways. And it is exactly what it sells itself as. 3 stars because it could use streamlining and a few little features (such as the ability to go back just one screen in search.. or to find for maps by name not just subject). The in- application design tool is solid, maybe a slight learning curve.. but you should feel like you're getting your money's worth. Kudos to the designers.
I haven't used this on my cell phone yet, I've been using it on my Surface Pro 4. I'm very satisfied with the ability to create the maps in the system, the downside is as I can't obtain it to save correctly. I make a map and then I save it with no problem period then begin a fresh map test to save that and for some reason it overlays the previous map on to this fresh map in the saved file, but it does not present that on my screen until I begin the saved file. This is not deterring me from using the application as I am exporting the picture before I begin the next map anyways. The exported files don't seem to have any issues.
Running out of gas.. The recording does not have the depth and presence of Crystal Illusions. The true gem on this is Norwegian Wood with a assassin arrangement and electric piano solo from Sergio. Wichita Lineman, Some Time Ago, Ye-Me-Le and Masquerade are also worth while. Can't say the same about the rest. Still worth having for half of the album.
this has so a lot of problems, from the horrible ui, the lack of a tool to resize stuff (which are only like 20 or so tbw) and the overall inflexibility. it's BARELY useable. even if you're masochistic enough to endure its glaring limitations, it's still much easier to just draw maps on paper. the application invalidates its own reason for existing.
I just to search out it's almost useless. There's not enough room even in the huge map and I was trying to avoid drawing the entire thing it myself anyways. The objects are large compared to anything I can draw. The method you have to change the lines is absolutely ridiculous. Could be cool, with A LOT of changes... If I wanted to stress over drawing the maps, I wouldn't need an application for that.
During the late 60's as america looked for an escape from the the news of battle and violence they turned toward latin ist like sergio mendes and herb alpert came out with melody that mixed latin melody with american is album came out in 1969 when the interest in latin melody started to wane and was not as famous as earlier albums by Brazil favorite songs are Wichita lineman with it's amazing vocal arrangment and h of these songs were performed on the television present melody stage and are available on dvd.
The sixth release from Sérgio and Brasil ‘66 is as enjoyable as the previous five with more English pop song covers (Campbell, Beatles, Bacharach, etc) and just one in Brazilian. It definitely sounds akin to the other releases in 1969. I recommend that you ad this one to the rest of your SM & B’66 releases.
I was super hopeful however on my smartphone it would freeze regularly and lacks features like resizing or free- hand drawing. the wall drawing destroys walls when you wish an intersection, so you have to go back and fix with another tool. It would have been faster to use graph paper
Amazing Idea but UI Needs Work I love the idea behind this app. It's got really amazing potential. But the interface is just a nightmare to work with. Scrolling around the map zone is floaty and imprecise. Switching between tools and icons is clunky and slow. A lot of times I search myself wondering if the application detected my input because the visual feedback is so vague or flat out missing. Again I really love the concept so far and I hope the developer keeps at it and makes improvements.
Amazing 1st stab but needs work As Tyler says the scroll is soggy which is a huge issue on a little phone screen (might be less of a issue on a tablet). Icon set is reasonable, but it would be nice if plants etc. could be scaled so not a one size fits all. Design philosophy is towards a printable battlemap so complex maps have to be drawn room by room and saved separately.
The concept is really there The product isn't, but you've really got something. Youre the only people with a working ver of this product but you've neglected a few key features. Simplicity, Swipe, and Zoom. The simplicity is there in the design, but not in the function. Its more work to do easy tasks than it should be really, and its more work than to just grab paper and do it myself. Swiping is a common feature of phones that could be used to access menus, change tools, all sorts of nonsense, its more effective than buttons.
Love this app... though I have one recommendation for this app, it would be really cool if I could utilize the larger size maps as a single JPG image. Because I use this in conjunction with another application and I can only use a little maps. I have two major problems... e zoom function is killing me. 2. The head ache I obtain from the scroll function.
Clunky Almost completely unusable. Its hard to describe all the problems that this program has. The draw feature is almost unusable for so a lot of reasons. This should be a easy program to use but its horrible. I would go into more detail but I only have so much room to try. If you are looking for a map making program go somewhere else.
Amazing application but needs more The current interface is a small annoying and can sometimes create using this application frustrating, that been said it has so much potential for people who roleplay. A few things I would like to see added is the ability to design your own objects using primary shapes. Will modernize my rating when the application gets some additions
Amazing idea not good implementation Looks great, amazing idea. However the controls are VERY clunky. The map sizes are FAR too little to create a decent size dungeon without making multiple maps that fit together. Also the application constantly froze when trying to browse the user made map library. Save your money. I refunded the app.
The sixth of Brasil '66 and a amazing followup to Crystal Illusions with the same personnel. A lot of AM and FM airplay for five of the selections but the power was gone and hopefully this has been discovered by all the fans of the past to give this the records is favorite selection is Masquerade. The vocals and melody is smooth and done without orchestration so it is primary Brasil '66 The orchestrations by Dave Grusin do accent a number of the selections, especially Look Who's Mine. The lyrics for Look Who's Mine shine from the pens of Marilyn and Alan e surprise here is What The Globe Needs Now. Sergio has taken the song and sped it up to a lightning pace and Grusin's orchestrations match the speed and close the song and the album out like the end of a amazing concert.
A lot of long-time Brasil '66 fans dismiss this album as the "beginning of the end" of the classic era for Sergio Mendes, but it's always been one of my favorites. True, the album only has one Brasilian tune (but it's a killer--"Ye Me Le", with an wonderful flute solo by Hermeto Pascoal and guest vocals by the soon-to-be Mrs. Mendes, Gracinha Leporace), and tends to concentrate more on the American pop side of things ("Wichita Lineman," "Easy to Be Hard"), but there is still sufficient magic that any fan of the early Brasil '66 albums should search it more than sufficient. Sergio's reworking of "Norwegian Wood," with its changing tempi and attractive Rhodes solo; Lani's playful reading of the jazz waltz "Some Time Ago"; Lani's heartfelt belting on the Marcos Valle penned "Look Who's Mine" (with one of those patented Alan & Marilyn Bergman lyrics); Lani and Karen Philipp tearing into Bobby Timmons' classic "Moanin'" with a amazing Dave Grusin huge band arrangement (this is not your mother's Lambert, Hendricks and Ross interpretation); and the magnificent Dave Grusin orchestral wrapping of an almost McCoy Tyner-ish arrangement of "What the Globe Needs Now" are just some of the amazing things listeners have in shop on this neglected gem. It may not be "Fool on the Hill," but I for one highly recommend it.
This downloaded more than just a game. I think it gave viruses. My images are disappearing. I don't delete them, and no one else knows my password. I uninstalled this and it stopped, luckily. Do not download. I want I could rate it 0 stars, but please instead. It is better than this, but related gameplay. This has poor controls. If you it, delete it now.