this would be really perfect for mobile. get those thumbs goin :P
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I'm very fond of this. First of all, digital jigsaw puzzle UX is hard to get right in my experience, and this really went out of its way to make it feel good. Never frustrating, lots of quality of life polish. And the autosave is something i'd like to see in a lot more p8 carts in general. the fact that we can also drag in our own pngs means this system was worth the work, as it can now extend infinitely beyond the original four puzzles, something well deserved as it's so comfortable. but even the four that came with it feel generous enough. and cute to boot. i really enjoyed putting them together. the music was stuck in my head for two whole days and never got on my nerves. on the contrary, it did a fair bit of work ungrinching me. i've been extremely grumpy for very understandable reasons, but when outside of direct grump-inducing scenarios, it is difficult to maintain that mood with such a pleasant and bouncy and cheerful song stuck in your head. much as i might have liked to scowl, i instead found myself bobbing and whistling. that's my only complaint :P but seriously this was a pleasant and soothing little gift. i may be extra emotionally-inclined here because my family has a tradition of putting together puzzles during the holidays, and (for grump-inducing reasons) we cannot do that this year, so this filled a nostalgic role. i'll be sending it their way. i think, with its ease of use, even my less technologically capable family members will be able to enjoy it. so anyway, thanks <3 this is a good cart.
This was really good! Just had a lovely rainy afternoon with it. Also I cracked up at the "Watch out for ghouls." sign, but then I kept running into them anyway and saying to myself "watch out for ghouls!" Beautiful environments, the size and detail of the guardians was stark and wonderous, pleasant music... a good place to get lost for a while :)
I'd love to see a collection of sources for public domain art and fonts! I recall seeing a couple a while back but have since lost them!
Also I think I'm most interested in layout guides for various programs, as that's what intimidates me the most.
Oh! I'm sorry I missed this comment! The lullaby was made on BeepBox so you should be able to check it out here:
This game is gorgeous and I can't believe it's your first game (but obviously not your first time animating)! I love that it's about cheering up friends. Most of the puzzles felt good, though on a couple I wasn't sure what I was supposed to do, so i clicked around a bunch and solved it without knowing how. Abstract puzzle design communication is HARD though and you've done a great job with it. This is a strong start and I look forward to seeing more!
A charming little puzzle adventure :) The curse mechanic was cleverly used later on and I am always down for some gay ghost stories. I did feel a bit at odds with the player tho -- I would never help a real estate developer destroy a museum. Of course they're working with the cops
I appreciated several things and now I would like to appreciate more :3
Sometimes when I am depressed I make myself go on a walk and I turn it into a scavenger hunt to find Five Things I Like. It usually ends up being flowers and bugs, or sometimes little quirky objects that seem to tell a human story. This reminds me of that experience and I hope it encourages others to go on such walks.
A solid little platformer :) Satisfying movement, consistent style, and good progression. Simple but polished. I had a good time here! Cute graphics and music made the "i'm stuck" moments less frustrating.