Thank you, I made the music myself using my bass guitar and an app called Arpio synced into garage band. It was experimental, Im glad you liked it.
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Thanks I had a lot of plans for this but decided to cut out most of the content I had in mind and focus on a "vertical slice" of the game. I also plan on continuing this and add in what I intended.
Thanks for adding the game to your collection, Im honored. I would want the buildings more sci-fi as its in a future date when humans settle on mars and in dome-like greenhouse structures begin to terraform the planet. So Artificial vegetarion perhaps in some aided capsule or dome like structures while the outside can be mostly arid. Also the atmosphere might have radiation so the architecture might need some kind of metalic or glass like finish to protect the humans living inside. The totalitarian rulers could have also built pyramid like structures as it has some conection to astrology and sulernatural power (Egypts pyramids are mysteriosly made) although they would probably use metals, glass maybe even refined man-madr materials like plastic or rubber to combat the radiation. Lastly Mars is very cold, like -64 C or at best -4 C.
Thank you so much, and Im completly open to your own artistic expression however you want.
Hi Rachel, I recently made a VN with your amazing backgrounds. I wanted to request for a Martian Civilization background pack as I set my VN in a time when humans become dual-terrestrial and live both in Mars, like a totalitarian super human society and Earth. I loved your solarpunk setting for Earth funny thing. I was looking for just that, "nature took back Earth" kind of theme. Anyway, A Mars Civilization would be amazing, Im willing to pay at your price and let you have full creative freedom.
The game I made using your resource (Abandoned Factory) is here: https://emanzi.itch.io/9factorial
Thank you for your submission, this was a very appealing character, I like how she is sort of more like an anti-hero or antagonist who sympathises with the villains. I hope you enjoyed this jam and had fun.
How do I install these into Clip Studio Paint on Desktop (and ipad)?
I'm lost trying to follow these instructions
1. Extract the files from the .zip folder
2. Open Clip Studio Paint and drag these subtool files into the subtool palette. They will be imported automatically.
2a. If you are using Clip Studio on iOS you will need to click the little '≡' and select 'import subtool.' I think it's also possible to share the subtool file with Clip Studio to import it.
I tried drag and dropping but it does not work. Looks like there is no option to manually browse local files on the computer or ipad. I think its only possible to use assets from the ClipStudio Assets store not sure because when I select Add SubTool that's the only option to add in new subtools.
Could you upload these to Clip Studio Assets and provide a link? Or further explain exactly the steps you took to add them into clip studio with screenshots. I would have watched the youtube but in a working environment its not that easy to follow along as that then requires my fulltime attention for something that should be quick and easy to explain.
Thank you all for playing this game and rating me. I'm really grateful for all the feedback in the comments. I'll be sure to improve on this soon, after taking some time, learning a bit more.
Thanks. Ill work on that, maybe a video until after the jam is done.
Basically the yellow bar is your apetite.
The red bar is hunger. When you eat (shoot) food depending on its rank you gain calories. If you are hjngry enough you burn them. If not you gain excess
So you want to maintain a balanced diet without overeating or getting too hungry
Hope that explains it but ill work on something more practical. I think its fair to wait after the jams done so I dont just rush in something and crash the game.
Hey, don't be sorry. Actually this was a great first game, you should feel proud you just finished making a game. You're right I also got tired towards the ending even though I wanted to add cooler stuff. You can always improve next game jam.
Really nice game, the game was really creative and I like how the audio always syncs when you collect notes, the only issue I had was getting all the notes without breaking out of rhythm? I'm not sure if that's really a problem but I had thought you could collect notes by following a continues path without breaking.