This is a test for the mission complete UI. You can see how much experience that you have earned in each class, and how far you are from a level up.
The exact numbers for the level up aren’t on here, I’m not sure if that will stay final but I figure that you cant really control how much exp you earn per mission, so knowing that you need 10 not 12 won’t really make any difference. Less numbers on screen makes it a bit easier to read too I think.
The blank spaces where it says name are for character portraits
I’m very open to feedback so please do let me know what you think!

This is a test for the mission complete UI. You can see how much experience that you have earned in each class, and how far you are from a level up.

The exact numbers for the level up aren’t on here, I’m not sure if that will stay final but I figure that you cant really control how much exp you earn per mission, so knowing that you need 10 not 12 won’t really make any difference. Less numbers on screen makes it a bit easier to read too I think.

The blank spaces where it says name are for character portraits

I’m very open to feedback so please do let me know what you think!

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Today I have been polishing up the interface, so that I can make the first few levels as polished as I can. I have also eliminated the last of the robot movement bugs, so hopefully the code will hold out for the rest of development and they will happily chase you around and try to kill your team.

Normally it would make the most sense to get everything blocked out first, but I am hoping to get a place at Eurogamer, which means that I will need to be able to show a short, but pretty polished demo.

Not too much left to go on the interface now, I just need to make the action boxes fade out when you can no longer use them, and I need to add better health bars too. I’m feeling much happier with this all though now I think, but what I am really looking forward to is getting this stuff done so I can start making new levels!

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Inner City Kids

Inner City Kids is a street culture themed turn-based strategy game that follows a group of kids who,¬†upon discovering that the city’s adults are being kidnapped and replaced by robots every evening, team up to fight for their city. Check it out fam!

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