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That was fun! Played it a bit while I was working and got to 1,000 coconuts per second before the game got too laggy to operate any more.

I am sure most issues are from the time limitations, but some things that would be nice to see:

-Monkeys become useless once you get enough helicopters and planes make helicopters a bit useless as well. 

-Would be nice if later game you could place islands full of trees or something, was very tiring clicking T and playing trees after a bit

-Not require tab focus for the game to run, it would be nice if I could browse other tabs on my browser without the game pausing.



I really liked the concept for a clicker like this, let me know if you ever plan to keep developing, I'll stay tuned :).

This was fun to doodle around with, my 5 year old enjoyed it as well. Would be neat if there was some single player functionality beyond free drawing, in a week this is great!

Dig the art, the room reminds me of Super Mario RPG on the SNES.

Appreciate the comment, thank you!

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Thank you!

Really well game, I'm impressed with the amount of features you were able to pack in the short amount of time. The tutorial was so smooth I didn't realize I was in a tutorial, great job!

This was a fun puzzle game, good work! 

I kept accidentally using lives trying to move into walls which was a bummer, especially on the longer ones.

This art style and presentation is awesome! Great proof of concept, I had a good huddle of customers running in a big mob outside my store on the first day it was hilarious! Laughed and had a good time with the mechanics.

Really enjoyed your mechanics, great work!

I enjoyed the demo, great work in the short time we had! I can see where you were going, as the other commentator posted it took me a minute to figure out how the food worked, and even longer to figure out pickles and lettuce were different! :D