Thanks! I can't wait to see it!! :D
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Can I hold off on my CoinSides choice until I see what the new one looks like? When will it be coming out?
Very exciting news! :D Congratulations to everyone, and I definitely look forward to getting a CoinSides of my very own! :D Hope you will have another game jam next year, ex1st!
I am glad you are happy with it!
And congratulations, you just earned the "I Left a Review on Yelp" achievement! ;)
Have a great Christmas, and thanks for the game creation exchange!
haha, I literally was watching the count-down for the same reason!! ;) Best of luck to us all!
Hi ex1st! Just curious who won, because I didn't see any ratings for our games yet; I thought they would have shown up automatically once the voting closed.
Hi Charlie, just one quick question: the only other ranked game jam I was in, the participants voted on each other's games. Is this one where you vote on your favorite? I was looking for a way to rate everyone's entries but couldn't find anything, and didn't want to miss out if it was up to us.
Did you know there is a ninja-themed game jam happening now? https://itch.io/jam/solo-game-chef-2022
(Also, on a different note: I emailed you a little game I thought you might like/be able to expand on if you want.)
Hi, I am Rachael from the USA. I make non-digital games here on itch.io. I love reading, so I am excited to create something for International Games Month!
You guys are geniuses! My only tweak would be that sometimes a phrase from a sentence would make more sense to steal than the entire sentence. :) My phrase was "a qualified joint", part of a much longer sentence from information about a retirement annuity (no idea what it was even talking about, which makes it all the funnier).
Ahhh, the cuteness!! Did you illustrate your own entry? If so, would you consider a custom illustration? I have two pet rats, and I would love them on a bookmark like that! :D
What a fun idea! It sort of reminds me of my own book game concept: I had tried to create a Mad-Libs styled theme (open a book to find a name, another book to find a verb, a third book to find a preposition, etc.), but I had no idea what direction to take it ultimately. Your concept is much simpler and achievable! I am excited to play!
Took me like a half hour, but finally came across the word I was thinking of again: "inimical". But even though it felt like it was way overused, it was only eight times in the whole book. :P Maybe I was thinking of another word after all... I had to look up several words while reading that tome!
Oh, I already scoured the book once already to find the word that had most been bugging me - "tergiversation". I thought it was some kooky error in the ebook, but nope, it's a real word. I am well-read, but never encountered that before!
Now I will have to find that other word... I swear the author must have used it like 26 times. :P
Thanks! I admit I haven't quite figured out where the best place is to leave comments, but that is a smart idea!
haha, thank you! I never release a product, free or paid, unless it makes me smile and is something I would personally use myself, so yes - I may read to the A.B.C. too! ;)
I was reading An American Tragedy, which is 866 pages apparently. I was scrolling through on my phone, so it may be a lot harder to find that place again, but I will try! :)
I like the design and the simplicity of your bookmark; the illustration and text is beautiful! It inspired me to make my second entry, actually! Mine is a chatty bookmark known as the Amiable Bookmark Companion (the A.B.C. for short). :)
I think I need to try this game to actually understand how to play - just reading the instructions didn't help me figure it out yet - but I love the concept of having to 'rescue' the poor bookmark in distress! A different take on how bookmarks are usually used in books! :)
I love the concept of this game already; I was reading An American Tragedy over the last few days and right in the 'middle' of the book, the author seemed to develop an obsession with one word in particular. I kept thinking that surely there must have been a synonym they could have used!!
I believe it was compiled automatically based on all our votes. There is a link to the results from the main page.
Interesting concept. Never played as a sword-wielding coffee cup before; that's a first!
I like the attention to detail, such as the steam coming out of the cup as you carry the hot coffee to the guest. I didn't realize at first that the 'x' on the customer request meant that they DID want sugar; I thought it meant no sugar. Took me like three tries to get that right! The music was nice too; not overwhelming.