I liked this game, also, bone pun
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"Support this game at or above a special price point to receive something exclusive."
How much is the special price point? Could you say if the something exclusive includes Spiral, that's part of the Soul Muppet physical bundle?
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?