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I loved it. Very chill.

It’s really neat, I love the open world and exploration angle for a puzzle game vs separate levels.

I think I might have got myself soft locked; trying to do something I was pretty sure was insane but tried anyway :)

Is that expected and do I just have to start over?

Thanks!

Short, action packed, retro arcade space shooter inspired by games such as Starfox, Rogue Squadron, Tie Fighter and Wing Commander

Itch Page

Cheers!

Great write up!

I save planet! 100444 #beatme

Well this is charming!

Thanks!

Very spooky atmosphere. I didn’t see the minimap when I played.

Very sorry orange08; As per my other comment there was a bug just outright breaking the storyline progression. Fixed now if you’re interested.

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Big apologies to anyone who played this game earlier.

In a sleep deprived state I made a game breaking change just before submission. While not obvious straight away, it meant that dialog flags were not correctly being checked and so you couldn’t progress the story at all.

I have fixed the version uploaded here.

The original version with the bug that I submitted, for archival purposes is available: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wGd_C6Nl2YkrhsRggB3qcGVHVYKqrxh9/view?usp=sharing

Note that you can skip through the golf rounds quickly with R and F if you want to progress through the storyline fast.

Very cool.

I love this. Such a great idea and execution.

Great!

Very stylish, nicely executed.

Thanks. I played your game too, great idea to navigate a dungeon via golf :)

You need to talk to the characters over multiple playthroughs to progress the story and obtain the (only 3) power ups. Thanks for playing!

I will endeavour to get a MacOS build up at some point. But it's not behaving for me tonight.

okay...

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Nifty and well worth the time. I liked it.