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This is very fun! The idea is great and it is executed well. The music is really good. The graphics are also very good, but it could be more clear at the beginning which part is inside and which part is outside of the ship. The tools are designed really well!
What is the guy's name?
Major Tom ?
Keep up the good work. Could you check my game out as well?
This is great! I found that the challenge ramped up very quickly! The levels swapped between easy and hard. It fits the theme very well. Is the power randomized or set for the level? On level 4 I found that the power went from red to gray each time. Keep up the good work!
and if you don't mind could you review my game too?
Agreed. This was my first time drawing pretty much all of my assets freehand. (Except for the ferris wheel which I used a circle-making tool for). I'm sure I'll get better at drawing with time
Yeah, I tried to playtest each level with my brother but I accidentally implemented level locking too early. So every single time I wanted to try level 5 I'd have to go through every other level. (And being terrible at games I usually couldn't get past 3 or 4.) So I never was able to beat level 5. I'm not sure if it's even possible. Each jump goes at a random angle between 20 and 49 degrees (with 0 being directly upwards).
I tried during the jam to learn how to use Unity's sprite shape feature so I could use smooth curves, but I couldn't figure them out, so I ended up going with different-angled blocks.
Thanks for playing, and for your feedback!
Ok I've played it. It was quite the experience
I ran counterclockwise around a wall too many times to count.
I started walking on a shelf but the robots were still able to reach me and eat me. Oh well.
Then I played again, the robots started chatting to each other and paying no attention to me, I ran the other way and walked into the red light and I won. yay!
Good job on the game though.
Where do the robots come from? Are they robots, actually?
Why do the robots want to eat me?
Did you do any modeling, and if so what program did you use?
I was wondering about the lights, because they don't seem to be lit up, but they create a shadow of the player. Are they baked?
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Hi there, I'm the other game creator (you know who I am)
I'm about to download tarket.
I'll let you know what the experience was like after I finish
unity is better