Yay! I'm excited for this! I'll wait to buy the full game. :3
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Thanks for your feedback! That's actually a smart idea - I don't know why I didn't think of that! I have to clean up the events anyways - so I'll definitely implement that for the next release. :)
I didn't realize you made 'Essence Hunt' (so cute)! I do hope you try to go through with a full length version of this game - I think there needs to be more games with optional BL-Style romancing! I think a game in the vein of 'Romancing Walker' with candidates from different gender pools would be wicked (and it's something I've thought about working on for a long time)!
I think you should have branched skill learning (so skills unlock or upgrade instead of being able to learn a ton) - I also think that the main character should have a set class, or a class chosen at the beginning of the game to keep her playstyle a bit cleaner. I also wasn't crazy about the item shop being the first option in the menu - as most games default to it being the first (as it's the most used) - If you're using conditional branches for the online store try to input labels so that when people leave one - they're not thrown out of the menu, and instead brought back to the main screen of the online store (feel free to message me if this doesn't make sense, it's super easy)!
The skills coincide with the battle system feedback - I feel like there were a lot of skills to use - but most were either the same or not incredibly useful - instead of having 8 skills that do triple damage to different types of enemies, I always think it's better to scope it down for simplicity in design.
I really liked this! It's only the second submitted game I've played the whole way through! I have no major feedback - although I do feel like you have a lot going on in your menus/battle system that you'll need to fine tune for the final release.
I've gotten lots of great feedback - and I have some awesome ideas for how to bridge the gap between RPG/Adventure even further so (for once) I can say I'm really excited to continue working on this!
I'm glad you found my commentary during that puzzle funny - because I was actually cry laughing at how bad I was! That's really my only criticism - sometimes it felt like there was lag input on the button presses. Everything else was beautiful and awesome!
I'm gonna go click continue now~!
I'm really sorry your computer was unable to handle it - I'm going to try to figure out how to create menu options to turn off the lighting, fogs and weather for the next release. The ambience will take a hit for sure, but at least people who have trouble running it will still get to experience it. :)
This was cool! Aesthetically, it was really pleasing - and I like that we're using the same battle system! I will say that I hated the music that was used as I've heard it 800 times - but I'm excited to see how your project progresses!
Got a chance to play and I love the summoning system - I thought that was super cool! The battles were fun enough, and the variety of summons ensured that they never felt tedious. Congratulations on your submission!
- There were a lot of passability errors on your maps (can't walk behind trees, but can walk behind plants, can walk on lamps/shelves, etc.)
- The music on 2F of the manor was awful and completely different from the musical vibe of the game up to that point (keep in mind that listening to loud, lyrical music on repeat would be irritating for most people)
- On 2F of the manor I was silenced - and didn't have anything to remove the silence so I couldn't pull from anyone on the floor (which was a super poor design choice for the first are you're supposed to farm souls).
- The dialogue felt a little drawn out at times - it could have been more 'to the point' in some of the scenes I witnessed.
This was really unique! I haven't seen a game like this made in any RPGM software...well, ever! I thought it was really fun for awhile but I tend to get bored of games like this pretty quickly - you can tell you put a lot of effort into making everything as interactive as possible though, which I love. Really great job!