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I think cosmetic things would be really great, like different outfits for the Keeper. Also, if someone finishes a particular quest, then you could buy a cosmetic item specifically from that quest. So if a hero wins a quest where they have to go kill vampires, you get the option of mounting a vampire head in your tavern for a small amount of gold. It'd be a nice way of remembering successful quests.
There could also be more technical things like buying more tables to support more heroes in the tavern. I really like the idea of having to get some of them drunk or eavesdropping on them! If you introduce a drinking system, maybe you have different heroes who prefer different drinks, like some prefer a beer or others and ale, and if you can get their drink right they tell you more about themselves. Hope this helps :)
Really fun game and super cool to experience things from a Tavern Keeper's perspective. I definitely agree with the other feedback post that it would be cool to be able to spend gold on things other than quests, like upgrades to the Tavern Keeper or the tavern itself.
One thing that might really add to the "Tavern Keeper" experience is being able to take drinks to tables as a way of getting a small amount of income. This also comes naturally from the way the camera is positioned. Obviously this is more of a subjective design choice depending on what you want your game to be. Really fun and can't wait to see more :)
Hard but fun! We also did a rhythm game for ours, so it was interesting to see the differences :)
Really fun! Love how you were able to integrate the shop easily into the gameplay, instead of it being a separate menu!
Cutest blood cells I've ever seen. :) Would probably be helpful to have some kind of change in the rocket when you're firing (like a little thrust fire at the bottom). Great game!
Fun game! A bit of weird rotation with the player. Hitting the enemies with the arrows is super fun!
Great game, love the music! Didn't realize at first that the track they start on isn't doesn't have a pump haha
Great game! Love the puzzles. After a few levels I find myself just guessing where it should be, so I think some late-game tips would be helpful. :)
I created this game for my first game jam with the the theme "Mirror."
It's a platforming game with 2 characters on each side, and both characters are controlled at the same time. The goals is to collect all the stars in the level.
Give it a try and feel free to leave some constructive feedback :)