Yes, they restart the hunger and mood meters, if one of them is full the slime go away. I should make it more clear, thanks for the feedback :)
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I really like the visual and the physics :)
Bumping on the walls was a bit frustrating tho, and I didn't get why we should try to collect the little particle (we won by touching the big cell even if we hadn't little followers).
It was nice, good job :)
This is my second submission : https://epsi.itch.io/ai-job-catch-the-box-
So this is firstly a presentation of the intelligent agents I create. The task I trained them for is to catch a box (and variants).
This is secondly a "real" game where you can play again the agents.
I admit some agents are more dumb than intelligent... I even have a suicidal one, a lazy one and a traumatised one. I realy didn't expect this kind of result for a task as straightforward as catching a box but well... it's fun to be surprise by agents you create yourself, it's the magic of machine learning :)
I make this as an entry to the ML-Agent Unity challenge so if you appreciate don't hesitate to vote and look at the other submissions, some are fun :) https://connect.unity.com/challenges/ml-agents-1
The main reason for me to put it on itch.io is to keep every thing that is about the relation between the game and the public in the same place: this website.
It's true writting player feedback is quite specific but personnaly I also always have notes about idea on what to improve, bug I found or stuff like that. Maybe it's only me, if other people don't need personnal notes on their game I agree there is no need to add it :p
I'm new to itch.io and I find this website really useful and complete, it's easy to upload a game and we have a lot of tools to manage it.
However there is one tool I didn't find: when I upload my game, I didn't found any place where I could write comments about my game only visible for myself. At that moment I needed it because I get a bunch of oral feedback and I wanted to compile them on one place (on the the Analytics page or something like that). That way, if one day I want to improve my game, I know where to find all the feedback I gather (well until now it's 2 feedback but still :p).
I know on other game in the past I needed a note page too (I uses trello) where I put idea of improvement or the next big development step.
So! In summary I was wondering if there is that kind of page (a page where the creators of a game can put comments only viewable by themself) and, if that king of page doesn't exist, isn't it a good idea to add it ?
Have a great day o/
Hi people :)
This is a game where you end up on a desert island and try to survive and escape. You must manage you stocks of food, water and other to survive.
It is a tiny game I made to become familiar with dart language, it mainly consist in clicking buttons. It's the first game I upload so don't hesitate to tell me if there is a bug of if I made a mistake (or even if you liked it :p).
I hope you enjoy it :)