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Many people prefer to buy via itch so they can be sure the developer is getting a the percentage they chose, rather than one imposed on them by a platform-holder. This is one of the major attractions of itch for a lot of people, including myself.

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A++ would coffeebeer again

Can you add a link to the retropack? :)

Also, where's your Mac build? :)

Where's the Mac build? :)

Where's the Mac build? :)

Where's the Mac build? :)

Where's the Mac build? :)

Where's the Mac build? :)

Where's the Mac build? :)

So part of my Make-A-Thing project will be building an arcade controller mounted on a waist-high cabinet. My plan is to treat this as a controller that I'll then make a game for, based on the Make-A-Thing words. When complete, the controller should then just work as a USB controller.

If you want to incorporate this into whatever you end up doing for Make-A-Thing, what I can tell you right now is it'll be a 1-2 player setup, with each player having an eight-way joystick and six buttons. Let me know if you plan to use this, and I'll loop you in on further developments/complications.

"Say g'day" is the least Grandma Moses thing about this.

Oh, it's a Twine version? That's cool, I assumed it was WebGL. Nice repurposing of tools!

Your Web build is excellent, and has the bonus of working on mobile devices as well. :)

Mac buuuuuuuiiiiiillllllllld!