Well, they are written in the "controls" menu! But glad you liked it
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Thanks a lot for your support! We know lot of things need to be improved... in fact this is just a first prototype. We'll improve the full game. (Regarding the controller thing, I'm not sure... it should be like that... left-right = running left/right up-down = looking up/down... maybe it's an issue on our end)
Thanks! And very glad you enjoyed the demo!!! As stated on the disclaimer at the beginning, we are well aware the demo isn't perfect and that there are many things to improve... We also know that playing with keyboard is not the best, but well, everything should work properly! And thanks for backing our campaign! Please spread it out there!
ahaha no no... there'll be a candle... Consider the Pretty Forest in the full game will have 4 areas and the one available in the demo is the smallest one... So he didn't lie to you, maybe the developer did... Support the Kickstarter so we can finish this awesome game!
Thanks a lot! You can adjust the volumes actually... but I agree that we still need to tune a lot of things in CLUNKY HERO (audio included). Anyway, please consider your support & share of the Kickstarter campaign! THANKS! It'll mean a lot!
Thanks for your feedback. As stated at the launch of the game, Enemies AI (and combats in general) is one of the things we surely need to improve! As well as other things you mention and few bugs here and there... Our aim is to make a way larger game with tons of items, weapons, enemies and so on! The best way to help this project is by supporting it on Kickstarter and spreading it out there with all your friends and followers!
Thanks a lot! Yea, DOTT wasn't on a 5 1/4 disk, but that's not an original copy... ehehe (the label is hand-written). But yes, Monkey Island is my favorite game ever, so it's easy to find its influence, even though characters and setting are totally different! P.S. we are running a Kickstarter right now, last days... if you like the game please consider a contribute!
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Thanks a lot for your opinion!
Regarding the NPC response time, it depends on the cycle of animation. Since we preferred to have a smooth transition between the NPC idle action and the talk, means that before going into "talking" animation, it has to finish the "idle" one (and not cutting it abruptly). If you are lucky and you are at the end of the animation, the transition could be immediate or half a second, if you are unlucky, it could take up to 2 seconds (but never longer than 2 seconds, i.e. one animation cycle).
Regarding the story itself, we didn't want to spoil much about it... but good that you are curious to know more!