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Clickityclak

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A member registered Apr 16, 2018

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Hey Peter! I would love to see more in this game and more tutorials for GB studio. Good luck with Dwerve as well!

Awesome project and thanks for sharing it! I only played for about five minutes, but I couldn't see anything to interact with (nothing happens with the bushes and houses). I tried walking in circles around the starting nest to see if the other birds would mimic me, but didn't notice any change in their aimless wandering.

Do you have exaples of actual behaviors the birds can mimic at this stage? I'm sure I wasn't playing long enough to see results, but is would be fun to know what I might try to see some changes in behavior.

Download WinRAR or 7zip. They are free software that will convert .rar file archives. I can't remember, but I think windows might have a default ability as well if you right click on the .rar you should see the option to "extract" the files.

This game really exceeded my expectations and was a blast to play! Thanks for making it. My favorite part was how fluid the controls are and how easy it was for me to jump in and play. I had a bit of a flickering issue in full screen mode and when I went back to windowed the game was too zoomed in for the window resolution, but I fixed it by doing a clean install. 


Overall it reminds me a lot of the space battles in star wars battlefront, but with better controls.

Crashed my computer on windows 10. Never seen a PICO 8 game do that. The screen froze while the music played endlessly. Ctrl+Alt+Delete would not bring up task manager and I had to force my computer to restart. Really weird, but probably just a fluke.

Awesome game with great atmosphere for such a simple concept! I also found that bug other people are talking about when the warren gives the player infinite bunnies. I used it to beat the last round with one turn, haha

Short and psychedelic. I really liked the surreal world you created here. Keep it up!!!

This was awesome! Great story, great art, great voice acting, holy cow!! I actually am not a fan of point and click games, mostly because of nonsensical puzzles and going on for to long. I'm proud to say Alluvium suffers from non of that though! 

Cool Jeepney, it tipped me off to this being set in the Philippines (my theory anyway). I would love to know more about the back story to this, but it sounds personal. I really liked the water scene at the end. Great artwork and interesting nonsense dialog. Keep making cool experimental video games!

One thing I would change though, the player casts a shadow of a tall box whenever you are in light, which I would take out. (Unless you wanted it there for a reason.)

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I totally agree about having to "solve" each level. I liked the controls as they mimic actual tank controls as well (minus the turret rotation). I definitely felt like the ammo mechanic made me have to be deliberate with my shots and charge out of a safe zone to pick up ammo. Great stuff!

I can tell you have a ton of skill at programming and that this was a labor of love. Keep it up and stay strong! Thank you for sharing a part of yourself with the world.