This zine rules. Anyway, I don't want to alarm you or anything, but I think you might've gotten shadowbanned on twitter. I deleted my twitter account a year ago (cause it was giving me brain damage), but I check some of the accounts I used to follow from time to time, and your tweets haven't been showing up when I've searched for them. If this is a false alarm, good, but I know you rely on twitter for income and I wanted to let you know just in case you didn't already know. Sorry if this is old information, my bad if so.
Recent community posts
Just played--got 16 points! IT Worker! Almost got zapped too many times, but I placed all the components, lol
I think the rules could be a bit clearer--it took me a bit to figure out that "movement" means the number of spaces you are allowed to move and "direction" determines the direction--I initially couldn't figure out what movement meant in this context, because the rules barely clarified. I was able to figure it out, though!
I played it on a drawing program on my computer, and I drew and erased my position each turn--I definitely feel I would've had a better time actually printing it out and using a penny or some kind of marker to mark my place. I think the latter might have been your intention, so I won't hold that against you lol.
I also think it would be better if I'd played it with friends, instead of going solo--i think you intended it as a multiplayer game, haha or that's the impression I get anyway
Good game! Keep going!
Got a kick out of this one--pretty good imo--I like how it just starts immediately and if your hand isn't already on the WASD keys you're dead lol (I'm not joking I think that's funny in a good way)
Hello--I've been thinking of getting involved in more game jams lately, and this one seems interesting, but I mainly make tabletop games (they get considered TTRPGs frequently, although I don't know if they qualify as such or if they're a bit too simple) and I just wanted to ask if that's okay to submit to this game jam--having done stuff with both physical and digital games before, I could understand where making a simple tabletop game might be considered "cheating," since it's quite a bit easier. Well, just thought I'd ask. Let me know!