Thanks :) Yeah, I took a few artistic liberties with the ZX Spectrum's capabilities, but I've always been a fan of games with a retro aesthetic that bend the rules a bit.
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My new game, Tummy Lasers is finally finished!
Tummy lasers is a fun ZX spectrum-inspired retro shooter where you control a cat that has to defeat evil alien invaders and rescue Earth's kittens by firing lasers out of its tummy! Tummy lasers has a unique control scheme where your gun also acts as your method of propulsion, allowing you to fly or hover across the level, strafing the ground and shooting enemies out of mid-air.
Get it here: https://powernap.itch.io/tummylasers
Hi, first time poster here! I read about Steam changing to this model for indie games. I can understand them wanting to get away from the greenlight system, but they seem to be relying soley on the fee per game to discourage time wasters / quickly slapped together asset store games. Unfortunately, it'll also probably put off a lot of the tiny one-person developers who may never sell enough to get that money back.