Yeah; I guess it makes sense. I'll keep this thread around though just in case some kind of a larger discussion space is needed.
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I have two different objects, both with the Cloud sprite; one is just always Move and the other has two Babas (or somesuch) moving back and forth and activating a Move rule every other turn. At the right edge of the level are objects with the rule Cloud On (Object) Is Fall (Left), and at the left edge of the level are objects with the rule Cloud On (Object) Is Hide.
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Oh yeah, I noted Avery mentioning being able to do better; I wondered if they might run faster on later races but didn't test it. That's really neat, too! I guess Avery would need to tone it down a little in the case the player was able to disable the feathers, though, haha.
This game is amazing, I've been enjoying it a lot! Exactly the right kind of relaxing.
I was wondering - the silver feathers make the various races quite trivial - is it possible to turn them off? If not, I think being able to disable them in the inventory could be really neat!
Thank you! I don't think I have written about that anywhere! The names Baba and Keke come from an old psychology experiment where people were shown two shapes, a round and a spiky one, and asked to label one "Kiki" and one "Bouba". I'm pretty sure you can guess which way people preferred the label the shapes. :) Baba and Keke don't really have any meaningful relation to the experiment otherwise, but the inspiration for the names definitely came from there.