Well thank you !
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Thanks ! The "easy" part is that the sprites are really small, so they tend to be a bit abstract and naming them is the best way to see something in them - as you said, moving a pixel can make a huge difference but putting a different name on the sprite can also make that difference, so it wasn't that difficult to find something interesting each time. I mostly drew random shapes and then thought about what these shapes might be, and how they could relate to the story (and sometimes I eventually tweaked the shapes so they could be more expressive).
I'm sorry my answer is so late, I just never saw your comment until now... But thank you for your comment and I'm happy you liked the game :)
Thank you very much ! I'm glad you had fun guessing and discovering what the objects were. The pants are my favourite, because they are so abstract but they can be many different things - I had a lot of fun designing them.
Thank you very much :D
Oh, you got 2 keys ? Then rejoice : there are 2 more in this game, just waiting for you discover them ! And a final puzzle at the top-right corner of the world. You should be able to play fo a little while !
Thank you so much ! I smiled at the idea of pushing the keys to the locks, it would be funny and awful at the same time %D
I just played and enjoyed your game, I liked the part where you have to push the coin to the seller, it's great (and now I understand why you'd like to push keys). And the rafting feelings are very good !
If you have some time and you're motivated enough, I would be very interested in knowing what you like and most of all, what you didn't like. I'm still a beginner in game making and I have lots of progress to do, so any informations would be very appreciated if you want to tell me !
If you prefer doing something else than commenting a game you didn't really like, of course I'd understand. Go play some good games ! :)
In any case, have a nice day !
Ouah, c'est vraiment chouette ! Je viens de faire la partie avec Speckschnitte Sedosparh (de mémoire \o/) et l'ambiance est franchement bien, toute cozy et sympathique, tant dans les illus et les couleurs que dans les musiques. Sans parler des dialogues, c'est fluide et bien écrit. Bref, j'aime beaucoup, je vais continuer à jouer de ce pas ! Vous avez fait un sacré bon boulot les enfants, bravo !
Hello there !
During the last week, I made a game on Puzzlescript : it's called "A Kishoutenketsu in the countryside", and it is my second exploration of the chinese and japanese narrative structure called kishoutenketsu. It's a game where you solve puzzles and find your way through mazes, and everything is up to you to determine what to do. I know I still have a ong way to go but I'd love it if this game could give you some Zelda vibes (especially the first game of the series, where you had to explore and figure out what to do by yourself). It's definitely where I'm headed.
You can play it on browser just here : https://heskhwis.itch.io/a-kishoutenketsu-in-the-c... And if you want, you can buy the offline version of the game for just $1. I hope you'll like it and have a good time !
Please give me any comments you think would be useful, and don't hesitate to give me your feelings and impressions playing it.
I also made another game several months ago, to try the kishoutenketsu structure. It's called "My first Kishoutenketsu" and you can try it for yourself here : https://heskhwis.itch.io/my-first-kishoutenketsu And I wrote some thoughts on the game on my blog, which you can read here if you like devlogs : http://heskhwis.tumblr.com/post/156223036537/this-...
Have a nice play !
Bon, j'ai commencé à jouer...
Je sais pas si je suis tombé sur les pires fins ou si elles sont toutes comme ça mais wow ! Tu t'es déchaînée, ma vieille XD (Fins 7, 9, 10 pour le moment). En tout cas c'est fort cool de se balader dans tout Bullshitland, et vous êtes tous une belle bande de couillons. Je vais continuer à jouer et te donner un retour peut-être plus construit (ou paaaas) quand j'aurai fini !