That makes sense! Thanks!
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Thanks so much for the detailed feedback, I'll look over it with more attention.
It would be awesome to hear your feedback on the new game mode, I just released today in the game page as HTML5 (the build that plays automatically)
Thanks so much for your feedback, I could not test it with first comers yet, I will launch an update right away where you receive more money to make it easier.
I was afraid that if it was too easy there would not be much replays. What you said make total sense.
Thanks for your support ;)
I don't know what is happening, can you send me a screenshot?
You can always play the browser version.
Yes, I deleted the other topic, I thought you were just a troll. A lot of people played the game and nobody reported this, so I guess the problem is in your side.
So, the game was supposed to be HTML5, but I had a problem exporting it so I made this downloadable build, which has the screen resolution problem. That should be sorted out next week.
Regarding the other power sources and storage, I am working on it but Level 2 already has on shore wind power, biomass and hydrogen ;)
Thanks, that is very helpful. I was afraid players would get bored if it took too long with the same power source. I will test different paces.
Regarding the tutorial, you mean the one in the beginning or the messages during gameplay?
Hello, I just released my first game here on itch.io, the issue I am facing is that no one rates my game, maybe it is because the tab is missing.
I already checked the page while logged out and it was not there. I have the option in Interact to allow reviews checked on.
Do you know how to fix this?
See for yourself here: https://powerthegrid.itch.io/power-the-grid
Hello and welcome to the first Power The Grid development log. I am solo self-taught developer working on a game around an idea that I have for a tycoon/Sim game. Using my background in Energy and Environment I am attempting to create a strategy game around energy systems mechanics.
Your job in the game is to combine the different energy sources (coal, water, sun, wind, biomass, etc) to satisfy the electricity needs of a regular city. Each source has its own specifications and the eletricity consumption changes along the way.
After 1 year of learning/working on C# and Unity, I completed what I call the first alpha, a playable build with 4 levels and some bugs.
Try it here: https://powerthegrid.itch.io/power-the-grid