Nicely done. I'm glad to know the spiderweb level will now be as tense as it should be.
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This game is pretty awesome. I can hardly believe it was made in seven days.
The only major problem I see is that quite a few enemies can attack from outside the screen, and there's nothing you can do if their projectiles move fast.
I don't have any problem with that whatsoever, but I find it in funny that in itch.io, where I've dowloaded things that can be very reasonably described as games but that were called 'worlds' or 'experiences' or 'museums', this is a thing that decides to call itself a game
That said, great work. Loved it
All right! I downloaded it and gave it a try, and didn't get stuck where I got stuck anymore. However, as soon as the camera focuses on my character, I can't move. I can dismiss the message that pops up but can't do anything with my character other than spin around, and can't interact with the hawk. I took a screenshot but can't seem to post it.
Edit: Tried again and managed to post this screenshot of where I get stuck
Sure can! I'm the awful kind of PC gamer that when asked what is my rig would reply 'a black one', so I don't know what you want exactly by 'specs' XD so I went to Can You Run It and got this data:
Video card: GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7400 CPU @ 3.00GHz
RAM: 8.0 GB
I'm on Windows 10 running the .exe, as I said.
Hope this helps, I can give more info if needed!
Hey, just adding my name to the list of people who can't play. After the introductory text there's a prompt for me to press A (or Space), but it doesn't do anything. I'm also on Win10, but launching from the .exe.
Game does look fantastic!
I only downloaded the free playsheets and I'm looking through them, but I must say I'm impressed with the move The Best-Laid Plans. It's an ancient roleplaying tradition and it makes me happy to see it officialized and put so succintly.
Yeah, I think that's the best conclusion possible. There are things that are games, and there are things that aren't games, and there are a lot of things that live in a nebulous state in which they may be a game or not depending on context.
I'm not sure about that. What about chess? Is the unknown information the opponent's future moves? And what about peg solitaire - which one can certainly argue stops being a game if you know the trick to clear the board every time?