What to do with Aincrad... 🤔

Hey all!

I haven’t been active on the Forums for a while, but I’m slowly coming back to them. I’ve been active on the Flowlab Official Discord Server.

Now that I’m back, I’d like everyone’s input on something.


Aincrad Online is an RPG game inspired by the Japanese animated series and manga, Sword Art Online.

It’s been so long that I’ve worked on it, that I honestly don’t remember when I started/stopped development. It feels like 2 years ago, but it could have been earlier, or later. Either way, quite a few people played this game, followed it’s development, and were just generally interested in the game in the past.

I’ve been busy with quite a few new projects, including FLIDE — Discord Invite —, Robo-Rumble, Quadstorm, and Midnight Stalker.

Feel free to check out Aincrad, and tell me what you think of it. What could be improved, changed, removed, etc.? What would you like to see in it?

After you check it out, — or not —, let me know if you think I should continue development on this project. If I do, it might not be any time soon, due to the projects I have going on right now, but possibly in the future. And a side note, if I do continue on this project, I might move it to an engine outside of Flowlab.

Should I continue?

Should I Continue?
  • Yes
  • No

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I think it depends. Are you working on any other projects/want to work on something else?

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I want to start back up on this project, but I’m debating whether or not I should, since I have quite a few projects going on right now.

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I don’t like working on a lot of different things because it’s easy to slowly forget about one of the projects, but I do understand it can be exhausting to work on a single one.
I try to not work on more than 2 projects because it’s still easy to remember all the ideas for them and I can take a break from one while still working on another.

Are any of the things you’re working on a main type of project, or are they all side projects

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I think my only “main” project right now would be Flide

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What I’m doing rn is spending 18 days working on my main project, then spending 5-7 days working on a side project.

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That sounds like a solid idea, but I don’t know if I could focus on the same thing for even 5 days :zombie:

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I’m doing short board/card game recreations, so it’s easier for me because when you start a new project for some reason progress is 50x faster than a month later. It’s a nice break and doing it every month or so removes my need to just keep making new games.

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