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That's easy, if you use the project which Unity provides. Just copy the corgi prefab and its essential scriptable objects. Then copy and change the material as you like.
The machine learning code should work for both. Perhaps you have to correct some errors which occur.
The rewind activates automatically if the suit recognizes a hit. So basically it prevents you from actually dying. No manual activation needed. It sets everything 5 seconds back to the past and can only activated again if you past the moment you would have died before. So you can not go further into the past.
You probably need to read this multiple times to understand what I was trying to say.
Thank you very much for the detailed feedback! I am glad you like it.
Nevertheless, I have some more questions for you:
- How far did you come?
- Did you manage to come to the end?
- Was it to difficult?
Best I could do was a distance of 643m.
The theme idea was pretty neat. You have to rewind the car, so it still can drive backwards. Clever.
Nevertheless, any kind of information on how long the car can still drive would be good.
Yes the video is interesting at first, but can be too long for later. In the new version I will let it only play if you press the Intro button and if a video plays, in the bottom right corner is a hint to press ESC to skip it.
You will have more awesome views in the latest version due more options and a galaxy camera. I will upload it after the rating is over.
Very nice physic based game! It's a shame that you have so less ratings.
The gameplay using black holes to absorb suns and not spaceships is very well implemented. You even used your creative system for the credits.
I also use a black hole as a player and gravity and absorption as gameplay. So I definitely give you 5/5 for what you have done in one week!
Yes, it is very difficult to see the center black hole especially if the galaxy is set to small.
I think I could add to the center black hole something like this:
So stardust from previous destroyed stars.
Thanks for that info.
It seems that you have after ~18 stars enough of it. I would guess that the controls were too clunky or the gameplay itself too boring for you, wasn't it?
I would understand that, because the fascination comes from the view and not really the gameplay. Until now at least.
5/5 would play again!
Seriously, I like that beside me also someone else created physic based games on this Game Jam.
I have found no bugs or any bigger issues. It was difficult at first to know which condition has to be fulfilled to kick one electron out, but then it was really fun to play.