My girlfriend and I are very excited to take part in this. It'll be the first non-LD jam we do together :D
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Thank you! The omission of a tutorial is an intentional design choice. When I was first learning redstone (the inspiration for this game), I got such a sense of wonder out of experimenting with all the bits and figuring out how they worked. I want that same feeling captured in TUNG, and I'm concerned that a tutorial in the traditional sense would take away from that.
That said I really appreciate the feedback. Before the release of the full game I will definitely look into a firmer tutorial than the demo world I have now, but I will be very careful in doing so.
I'm so happy you enjoy the game :)
Reading this made me melt. The whole time while making TUNG I felt so alone in my love for it because nobody I know IRL is into this stuff. That this is your favorite game is indescribably meaningful. I want to cry.
Please give me commenting privileges on your google doc (email@example.com) and I'll respond to all the suggestions. I don't have time tonight, but I'm excited to play with your save file tomorrow!
Link to game: https://iamsodarncool.itch.io/tung
The Ultimate Nerd Game is a game about building circuits. It's inspired by minecraft's redstone, so if you enjoy tinkering with that I think you'll enjoy TUNG as well. I've spent a long time making this game as good as I can, and I will continue to do so for a long time. Please let me know what I can improve!
Make your way towards the red orb in the center of the maze. Each time you solve it, the maze gets bigger by 5 on each axis.
Special thanks to itch.io for making games super easy to distribute. If you know anyone who really likes mazes, then please send this game to them!