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Really lovely! I included it in a compilation video series of all of the Fishing Jam 2 games, if you'd like to take a look! :)
I love the concept, descending in a deep alien ocean? Thrilling! What will hide at the bottom? I really like the game, it's simple yet funny to play, keep going!
thank you for playing! i realized my instructions were transposed and it is correct that Z is for shooting bubbles 😅 so sorry, thanks for figuring it out!
I had a lot of difficulties at first with the controls ( seem like my keyboard is not the same language as yours cause z was for bubbles and x was for the flares) But once I overcame this, the game was pretty enjoyable, pretty impressive for a pico 8 game. Really loved it, hope you can continue developing it :)
oh I see how what i said could be confusing, sorry. I meant all the collision detection is highly inaccurate and unreliable. it is technically "on" though. anyway thank you for giving it a play!
Ever since I heard that Europa had an ocean under the ice I've thought about a game like this, and you have made it! It's really cool and feels authentically retro. I couldn't figure out how to get the bubbles to hit the enemies? In your comment you said the collisions are turned off, do you mean for the bubbles?
Thank you! I appreciate it.
All the collision is off :/ for now. The bubbles work best if you shoot a little low and hold left/right. They need to work better.
Did you hear the Pico-8 startup noise when the game loaded up? I just checked and audio was fine for me \_(ツ)_/¯
>> RE: Really enjoyed the art and theme. I couldn't control the bubbles very well, although I did enjoy seeing the little
>> creatures packaged up. The game page also mentioned audio, and I didn't hear anything. Looking forward to seeing the
>> future developments, though!
Really enjoyed the art and theme. I couldn't control the bubbles very well, although I did enjoy seeing the little creatures packaged up. The game page also mentioned audio, and I didn't hear anything. Looking forward to seeing the future developments, though!