Okay, no hurry at all, still looking for Belarusian and Latvian translators. I'm not sure it's even possible before the 13th birthday to do that legally, but I'll ask somebody!
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NP, you could reference the buttons of GameBoy at (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nintendo_Gameboy.jpg) and NES at (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nes_controller.svg) - this consoles the most retro dev as far I know, but the scene of Dreamcast is also big, and if you really want, you could add Master System tweaks. Retro development is on the rise, with the commercial side too, so I'm sure it will be worth it in the end
If you want a game cartridge with a box and manual, I'll add your itch account to the list.
Looks like the game will be ready in the EU territory by Summer, and cartridges will be sent way before Xmas, but can't promise. Prise will be standard yet accessible, as far it's not a 2-hour handheld epic (well, it depends on the point of view anyway).
The cart will be containing (almost in order of market share):
- English translation of Russian version
- Russian version itself
- Altered Polish version
- Altered Japanese version
- Altered Greek version
- Music player!
All the versions are basically the same gameplay, only minor details like currencies will be altered.
The box will be in English, the manual will be a chunky MULTI5 (whopping 4 pages per language or so).
Lost like 2 hours, and didn't check the campfire... Totally need to reVITAlize in morning sessions.
Please revamp char lists, it's costly to mistake type of the armor.
And if the potion is being applied, could we see the HP of character?
Pretty tired from my two-years-long"the first game TM (C)" development, planning to heavily pivot with genre and make a polished demo for 1-hour playtime. 3.0 is tempting, but I'll resist for now
Can I game-thematically rap over and distribute it on Spotify etc. with a 50% split and music credits (if you prefer you x me, you'll be the first name)? Themes are JRPG, walksims, indie dev, Steam, ff7, 1$ nes cartridge in 2005, and so on