Although I'm still working on Tinker Bell, I just released a new game on my website, the Portrait Maker. This one can hardly be called a dress-up, since it's basically a large face builder. I hope it's fun!
There is now a group where you can share the dolls and characters you create with my games, the link is up there on my profile or you can use this link. It's all thanks to Meinona who kindly took the initiative and deserves a big hug on my part!
Sorry, I still haven't figured out how to implement a good "Save" button for my games; I kinda suck at programming. I've seen this feature in a few games where the doll can be saved as jpeg or png, it's really neat. I'll have to learn to make a print button, at least. In the mean time all I can recommend is to save screenshots the old-fashioned way, which is what I do: use the Print Scr
The Four Elements game is finished! Ola and I have been making this game since January, I think, and we were finally able to upload the final version on our websites. So, many months of work, but well worth it, I'm very happy with the result. The 4 in 1 version is extremely versatile, cause each doll has access to all the backgrounds and drag n drop items, thanks to Ola who's a pro at coding :dance:
And I also just released another new dress up game, Dress up Azalea
Hey Azalea, there's a problem going on with the "Pin-up princess game" on your website. When I clicked on it to play, instead of getting what I was expecting, it was palying the "Elf boy" dress up game.