Thanks for the feedback! I like the idea of being able to switch out or improve traits.. will give that some more thought :)
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Thanks for the notes! I definitely agree about range checking on hover, and I'll make a standalone build at some point in the future. Having HP on units is something I really want to do, so I'm going to try some other things to maybe address that feedback in a different way :)
Thank you for the feedback! I think I agree with your comments on balance, using existing chess pieces was kind of just a way to make the scope of this idea manageable and get it off the ground into a playable state - but I think you're right about coming up with custom unit types that fit this particular design and working on balance. Will be thinking about that as I build out some other features :)
The zip file you downloaded for Sort the Court includes both an exe file and a "SortTheCourt_Data" folder. You need to unzip the entire zip file and then run the exe from the unzipped location. If you try to run the exe from inside the zip without unzipping it first, it won't work. Hope that helps!
Thanks for the details! That's my bad, I accidentally made a build for 64-bit systems only without realizing it. Try downloading the 32-bit version I've added: My Magical Friend (Windows 32bit) - hopefully that works.
Hi Viko, sorry about all the crashing! I don't have a mac myself so I'm unable to do any proper testing of that version. I might not be able to do anything about these issues, but just in case - could you get the game to crash again, then email your crash log (found at ~/Library/Logs/Unity/Player.log) to support @ graemeborland.com?
That's odd! I tried recording with OBS (v0.659b on Windows 8.1) myself and it worked fine in both monitor and window mode, so there must be something different about your setup. What operating system are you using? And you're using the most recent version of Sort the Court, correct? (should say 2.2.0 in the upper right on the title screen)
Since the music is an original work created for the game, it is indeed copyrighted, as is all creative work, but you're totally free to use it in a video about Sort the Court! I've made a post here granting explicit permission for anyone who wishes to do so. We love that people are making videos about the game and want that to continue! :)
The contents of Sort the Court may be published through video broadcasting services for any commercial or non-commercial purposes. Monetization of videos created containing assets from Sort the Court is legally & explicitly allowed by the developers.
- Can I make a YouTube video of Sort the Court? Yes.
- Can I use the music from Sort the Court in a video about Sort the Court? Yes.
If you have any questions not covered in this thread, please create a new thread about your concern.
Exactly one year ago today, Sort the Court was first released. It was originally built in 72 hours for the Ludum Dare game jam, but over the last year we've released numerous updates, expanding it into a fully-fledged game.
Sort the Court has come such a long way, and we're so glad to have been able to share it with so many awesome people. Thank you for playing, and for your comments, videos, and kind messages - it means a lot to us that our cute little jam game has managed to grow and reach so far.
For a little anniversary treat, we've released another update today! You can find the patch notes here.
- You can now play as a Queen! When starting a new game, you can choose to play as a King or Queen. This doesn't change anything other than your appearance, and what words characters will use when referring to you.
- Added some sound effects to the menus.
- Fixed highlight graphics of some UI elements.
- The Wizard won't offer to help with certain quests if he was banished.
- Fixed other small bugs and typos.
- Controller support! You can now use XBOX and PS4 controllers to play the game.
- Better keyboard and mouse support on menus.
- The arrow keys can now be used as input (Left = Yes, Down = Continue, Right = No).
- Fixed an issue where some players would not be able to start the game.
- Fixed an issue where save files could become corrupted.
- Reworded some dialog to make it clearer.
- Fixed several typos.
- Balance changes.
- Moved the Game Jolt login button to the "Extras" menu.
Unfortunately there isn't. Sorry about that!
When you play the downloaded version your save file (SortTheCourt_save.dat, next to the game's executable) can be copied, backed up, and moved around as much as you like - but the browser version uses a different system for saving.
In some cases, such as if the game is crashing or not working properly, it is helpful for me to see your log file. To send me your log file, you first need to locate it. It will be in a different location depending on your OS:
Windows: The log file is in the "SortTheCourt_Data" folder next to the game's exe (Wherever you unzipped the game to). You will find a file called "output_log.txt" in that folder.
Mac: The log file is found at "~/Library/Logs/Unity/Player.log"
Linux: The log file is found at "~/.config/unity3d/graebor/SortTheCourt/Player.log"
Your log file is re-built every time you run the game, so in order to submit your log file follow these steps:
- Run Sort the Court and play to the point where the bug happens.
- Once you witness the bug, close Sort the Court.
- Write an email to email@example.com briefly describing the bug you witnessed, and attach your log file. Please put "[Sort the Court log file]" somewhere in your email's subject line so I can find it more easily.
- Depending on the contents of your log I may ask for additional information to help narrow down what caused the issue.