No problem! Glad you got it all sorted. Feel free to contact me if you have anymore issues.
David T. Bosquez
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All of the code is commented on what an how it works. What kind of documentation would you need? Be as specific as possible and I can see what I can do for you.
As far as the blank screen, what version are you running? This was designed with desktop platforms in mind. (Windows, Linux, Mac), so if you're targeting another platform you'll need to adjust the code for the needs of that platform.
As for a test build, sure. I can package one up and supply it with a re-upload.
Tonight it was one of our players first time DMing, so we ran a one shot. I was a Halfling Bard. We do go back in forth though, so in one campaign I'm a Half-Orc Barbarian (pretty standard) and in the other I'm running a Shadar-Kai Necromancer.
Is there anything preventing us from providing peripherals adding to the core game? Say I make the core rules of the game on one sheet, but also provide some extra content to expand on it.
You know, at first I was wary of this game because of the plot. But there's something to say about having a plot this simple. Just a little story and completing felt meaningful. Lol. I actually had fun. Good job!
Awesome! This is the kind of game I like to see. An original take on old concepts. My only critique here is that the ground tiles sort of blended in with the background a bit. However, I am slightly color deficient so that could just be me. Lol. Either way, I really enjoyed playing Wretched Blade and I'm excited to see more!
This is a great piece of work! Very well done! I loved how each level tested your grasp of the mechanics with increasing difficulty. The sound, while simple, kept everything together and was excellently fit for the game. I look forward to more from you!
I really like this game, however I do have one complaint... sound. I need sound effects. And the music, while nice, was repetitive and eventually felt like it was just droning in the background. I think that dragged the game down a bit. However, very well done! I really enjoyed Louise and can't wait to play more by you!
I use the arrow keys as the D-pad, Z and X are A and B, and Left and Right Shift are select and start respectively. I feel it's a more comfortable hand position. For platformers, at least. Lol
So, basically the design for my game(again) was bigger than I thought. Lol. Definitely put too much into it. So, I'll just be submitting the 1st level as a demo for the full game. Regardless of what happens, I'll be finishing this game completely after this jam. I really like the game and the concept, to it's happening no matter what! Lol
Anyone else do this, sometimes?
Nice, man! I'm pumped to see it. Mine is going pretty well. I'm liking how far I've got it. Gonna start sound and tiles tonight or tomorrow. Right now, I'm finishing off the rest of the core engine. I would show it, but I'm not ready to just yet. Maybe tomorrow when it's a little more interesting. Lol