The juice in the crashes and collectibles is very nice! Some music during the main gameplay would help it to feel engaging and exciting. Also, some sort of control conveyance would be appreciated. It took me a few instant deaths to figure out how to control the plane.
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Hi, I'm Colin.
I'll be following Unity's Roll-a-Ball tutorial to get my feet wet with 3D game development. I've been making 2D games for a year or two now, and I'm excited to try out the additional dimension, as well as the Unity engine which I have only begun to learn recently. Though I'll be blatantly following a beginner project tutorial, I hope that I will have enough to time to add at least a little personal touch and spice to the final product.
Cheers and good luck to everyone!
"Find the Cheese is a 2D platforming game that is part exploration and part time trial. To complete each level, you must collect all the cheese pieces hidden throughout the non-linear maze and make it back to the exit as quickly as possible. Master the mechanics and layouts to become the most agile mouse you can be!"
I made this game in acceptance of "The Gauntlet" from episode 006 of the Game Design Zen podcast. Three months of work to put my first truly finished game out to the world. It's not the kind of game I dream of making, but I've learned a lot over the course of the process and I'm glad I made it.
I would appreciate any feedback regarding either the game itself or the marketing/presentation around it (such as the style of the itch.io page, the gameplay video, etc.).
I was playing through the Itch app on a Windows 10 PC, though I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the game and now when I click the "Install" button, it just says:
"No compatible downloads were found for 'Birdsketball', so it wasn't installed. Maybe it's not compatible with your platform or with the itch app yet!"
Edit1: Oh, it looks like you recently made the game for sale. I had only the free download before, so maybe that screwed things up.
Edit2: I bought the game on Steam, and it looks like my save data was kept (all the opponenets were still unlocked), but so was the no-sound issue.
One bug(?) I've encountered is that, after playing for a while, the game just stopped producing audio for me. I pretty much only played the campaign, and halfway through my first attempt at the final opponent, the music ceased to loop. After even more time, there became no sound effects at all. Restarting the game has done nothing to fix this. Checked my volume mixer and it's not muted or anything; there's just nothing coming through.