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Something that needs to be fixed: When you mash the spacebar between 2 walls at the end of the stage the lighting gets bright and flashes constantly, this made me have a seizure but otherwise beautiful recreation
This is already a very blatant rule, but it's obvious that not everyone actually knows or follows the rule so here's a topic just to remind you to PLAY THE GAME THE OFFICIAL WAY.
If you're on a Chromebook and the game doesn't work for you, it's because your Chromebook is too weak to run it. There is no solution to it, other than to just try it on an actually decent computer. It can even run at 60FPS on extremely low spec computers like an Acer Chromebook 314. You really shouldn't try going onto alternate links for the game as those websites are out to steal a lot of the revenue from the actual development team. Using alternate links will not only take a lot of the money that the FNF crew deserves, some websites "hosting it" also have extremely sketchy policies, and you might risk putting your computer in danger by using unofficial ways to play this actually good game. If you really want to play FNF, you should play it the way the developers intended.
I have, and the cutscenes are viewable, but I have heard that reuploads (which you shouldn't play on) can't view cutscenes. If you inspect element on a build of the Newgrounds version you can find a lot of image files for what I think are cutscenes. It does seem like a lot of them contain spoilers, so go find them yourselves.
The notes are synced to the music, quite well actually. This is almost definitely because of lag with your computer (not the game). When it seems like notes aren't synced right, what does the FPS counter (number at the top right corner of the screen) usually say?
If you're experiencing lag in FNF's windows version, it's almost certainly because of your computer itself, either your computer is very weak or something is clogging a lot of resources. The game itself isn't very hardware demanding, so a decent computer wouldn't have any problems running it.
Bluestacks can be super intensive on Low-end computers like chromebooks. Unless you have a very expensive pixelbook (which isn't even worth it) you probably won't be able to play anything at a playable frame rate.
Did you read the last sentence of my message? Not all chromebooks are able to open .apks. Chromebooks are based off of an entirely different distro of linux. Many Chromebooks use different architectures than what the .apk file supports.
The PC version is vastly superior. Not all chromebooks are even owned by google. 95% of all chromebooks are produced from other companies. Not all chromebooks are able to use the google app store.
While looking at "The ballad of the liar" (https://srijal.itch.io/the-ballad-of-the-liar), I quickly found that it has nothing to do with the theme. I'm a little confused as to if it breaks the rules? It was made for another jam but I can't say for sure if that's also against them. Could someone clear things up for me?