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Hi sbeast. I am currently not able to check out your portfolio but I will at some point this weekend when I have some free time. I am still looking for someone to do music. I'll be in touch with you soon, thanks for the interest.


As I stated in the title, I want some feedback. I received feedback from one person on itch.io about 5 builds ago.

Right now, I am just about finished with the engine. I have the game controlling the way I'd like, and I have built a rudimentary tutorial level. I would really appreciate some feedback. I plan on making some difficult platforming with checkpoints and much much longer levels.

The premise of the game is that you play as a rat, who wants revenge on a vet that wasn't so nice to it.

The levels will progress from the cage (the starting level), to the bedroom, to the stairs, to the living room, to the kitchen, to the driveway, to a car (to hitch a ride), to the vets office, to the final boss battle- The Vet.

I've been working on this game for over a month (with a full time job and full time video game addiction). So I want to make sure I'm making something that people would want to play.

I'm open to any feedback, good or bad as long as it's constructive. I have considered bringing in outside parties to help me with art and music. I don't really like much if any of my game's art, but it is all original. I don't want to use any assets from OpenGameArt or anything like that.

So with that being said, if this game really peaks anyone's interest and you're interested in getting involved and having your name in the credits for creating some art work for the game. Let me know.

Press [R] to restart. Other than that, the tutorial will teach you how to play.

I've disabled menus, and there is no sound at all. It's a work in progress. I'm looking forward to getting some feedback.

Clickteam Fusion 2.5. I took some classes on Unity and C#, but then I played Wings of Vi, became obsessed and decided that whatever engine made that was the engine I wanted to learn because the game was exactly the style I wanted to make. I was waiting for it to go on sale and then about 1 month ago there was a great humble bundle that was selling the full dev version and exporters at a great price. Having some non-practical Unity experience

May upload an actually functional version later this week. 1 hour to come up with a concept based on a random keyword, create art and then code it... is no joke.

Thank you. It's my first game ever and it really makes me happy to hear that. I've put so much time and effort into it just to get this short tutorial. Now the engine is almost done and I can start working on level design. Thank you for the positive feedback! It really made my day.