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Programmer Cheema

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Haha, thank you! 😄

Awesome, thanks! And yes, I agree with all the points that you have mentioned.

Interesting. There are times when the player wants to skip the current line/row (especially when you are low on HP {yummy greed of extra turns} and get skulls on all cards in a line/row). That's a good one! And yes, multiple battles and some variations. Thanks.

Thank you very much. I didn't expect someone to like this tiny game (I guess I need to have an open mind about it). And yes, I am aware of this annoying bug.

Will fix it for sure in the next update. I will be adding two new keywords/elements: One that doesn't care about shields and simply damages health (thereby, giving health more importance and forcing the player to choose health more than shield).

The second is to simply add one (or more than one) card in the next row. (instead of three? four/five cards to choose from) But I am not sure whether that is gonna be effective or not. Gotta tweak it to decide if it really matters.

Deckbuilding isn't something that I consider as of now. Maybe, an element that allows players to 'store' a card from the current row for use later on whenever the player likes. This seems quite powerful IMO. What do you think?

Great game! The concept is solid. It is immersed in style and uniqueness. As for the gameplay, I like Twisted Metal and so, I like this. It is really that simple.

We want you all to not only develop amazing games but also, take part in the Game Jam Open Theme Process (yes, that's the new term for it xD)
Throw us some cool keywords, give us your eccentric ideas and shake your mind because we NEED your Theme Suggestions! 😃

Yup, I have seen the Pakistani Game Jam community grow and it is only gonna grow from here onwards!

And soon enough, some of us will end up delivering good indie titles to the world. 😄

Yess, let us do it! So glad to see you and your team motivated for the jam. We are excited to see what you all come up with! 😀

Heyy, thanks. It means a lot to me! And with your game, you have taken a really solid step towards gamedev too, don't forget that ;)

Hey, thank you, bro! This time, I take time with sounds. And yeah, the outline would have worked better with stall indication. :D

Yeah, a tutorial level would have been great. Actually, I kinda tried to make a very limited 'hideous' tutorial (tutorial that's not apparent but still helps the player in figuring out the game) because I don't like the idea of having an obvious tutorial (not sure if that makes sense). That was very limited in nature tho. Basically, in the start screen, you must swipe to toggle music or sound or play the game (3 directional swipes; I did add a brief animation for that tho) rather than tapping the buttons. The game that happens after it uses the exact same controls as well along with the same white colored indicators.

What you are doing is awesome, you know. It helps us and you too! IMO, it is a sure way to understand and get better at making games. :D

Haha thanks! :D

Almost all sounds are from me and my mouth, *ahem* 😂So, thanks!

Thank you so much! I really liked your feedback and I am so glad to see such a good analysis. There should have been some variety with the stall audio and the stall priority should have been made clear (which btw, is fruit > burger > fries).

As for the score and hearts/star thingy (which I also agree btw but felt like explaining a bit), I tried to add depth to the game by adding the concept of combos: basically, grabbing up the same type of stall multiple times consecutively. You will notice the multiplier popping up on the screen for that and as you do it, the food that you receive multiplies which is also why if you get double the amount of food required to win a level, you will get three hearts. Now, here's the caveat to it: it's all random and procedurally generated whenever you play the game, without accounting for this mechanic (combos) as well as the food amount to win.

With that said, I should have somehow given a clue to this mechanic and also, implement it into the procedural generation but I was afraid that I would end up making it even more complicated so I ended up with just what it is.

Thank you, Usama bro. 😄

I got it... that's hell haha. The distance mechanic is nice! I like how you added the text on the land pieces instead of annoying popups lol

Thank you! And sure, I will rate your game soon. 😁

Thank you, bro. It means a lot to me! 😄

Heyy, thanks! And yeah, there are a few camera flickering issues but I am glad to hear that you didn't get (or find) any other issues. Resident Evil was the main inspiration and again, I am glad that we were able to pull it off. 😃

Really good execution! Keeping things plain and simple with consistent tension without using jumpscares.  It would be nice to have a bit of a story touch but regardless of that, I enjoyed it. And of course, DON'T COME BACK :)

Exactly. Thanks! Appreciate your comment. :D

Thank you, psy_wombats! :)

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Recently, added Assist Panel to allow players to make the game easier for themselves. Just play the game, pause it and you will see the Assist Panel in the Pause Menu. Thanks again for your feedback! 😀

Play for FREE Here (on Browser or Windows)

Control the 3 Hover Mechs and obliterate all hostile entities while protecting all of the Mechs from getting destroyed.

Objective: Destroy all 6 Vital Points/Buildings (displayed as a red cross on the minimap)

Controls: Mouse Pointer for Direction Tab to Switch Mech WASD/Arrow Keys to Move Space to use Boost Left Mouse Button to use Basic Weapon Right Mouse Button to use Special Weapon P to Pause

Game Duration: 15 minutes to an hour

Each Hover Mech is coupled with its own strength and weakness and gives a unique taste to all the encounters.

Don't forget to try out the Dark/Night Mode! It really adds *oomph* to the gameplay and style. :D

This game is developed in association with the HomeTeam GameDev community.

Thank you for playing the game! Yeah, it is hard and actually has a bit of a learning curve too. :D

Thanks. As I am quite new to Unreal, I spent like half a day just to fix these two issues, haha and they are super annoying to me as well. And I think it has something to do with behaviour trees (shouldn't have used them but it was a learning experience anyway).

Thank you! We are trying to simplify it and make it more accessible. It will soon be playable on mobile as well. 😁

Thank you so much for playing my game AND making a video of it! Really appreciated! :D

Yeah, bad IK implementation. Glad to know that the game is not very bad at least. :)

Heyy, thanks! 😊


Thank you, casualdev! 🙂

Haha, yess! Thanks bro. 😁

Hey, thank you, Neha! 😃

Thank you, Sikandar. Your kind words means a lot to us! ☺

Thank you, Sufian. I don't think it would be a good idea to add air and (especially) insect sounds. But yeah, the world is definitely not interactive enough! 😊