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Thanks very much, glad you enjoyed the game! I did see the video,  from the post on twitter. Thanks for that :)

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Thanks for the feedback Norgg :)
I think the bug you encountered is like the one I mention on the download page which unfortunately I didn't manage to fix before the deadline. It happens when you point two beams at the same thing, and then when you move one it can 'turn off' the piece that is still being hit by another beam. Should be easy to fix though, just by moving the buggy one to another square on the board, then back again. It happens most with the teleporters since you can position them anywhere and rotate them any which way. Maybe I'll have them in a fixed position to avoid that in a future version.

Thanks very much :)

Thanks Hishicorne! I was thinking of putting some hints in the screenshots. Not sure if that's a good idea or not?

Let me know if you get stuck and I can give you come clues :)

Thanks, glad you liked it  :)

Thanks very much, glad you liked it :)

Oh yeah? I was worried when I was making it that the levels would be too easy... it's hard to know when you make a puzzle if its easy or difficult. I can give hints if you get stuck :)

Two levels done!
Also, great words of wisdom from David....

Just uploaded the first test build:

Only the first (red) level is available in this build, the others are placeholder. Please let me know if you find any bugs!

Sunday Update:

I think I've got all the mechanics worked out now (I'll probably be saying that up to the last day!) and it's all working properly now. I have all the beam modifiers I need - redirect, splitter, teleport, all of them can be rotated 45 degrees (was 90 before) and placed on an unoccupied floor tile, which are highlighted when you have a piece selected. Each piece also lights up with the correct colour when the beam hits it, which is the main purpose of the game - to brighten the place up with Davids magic torch!

I've made a start with the environment art and making an actual level with the basic set of pieces I made. I also did a first pass on the lighting and tried some of the nice new post effects that are now part of Unity. They're blooming marvelous!

After working on the mechanics for a couple of days I needed a change of pace, so I made the David character model in 3D today. Progress so far...

Well I spoke too soon on 'fixing all the bugs' !

Starting to make some real puzzles/levels with the beam modifiers uncovered a lot of issues, especially when it came to activating things with the 'power' node to do things like open doors. There was an issue that the 'open' animation trigger would get called twice sometimes and end up with the door getting out of sync with the power being on/off. In the end I've redone the logic for all the beams from scratch. It took quite a bit of time to find out what was causing all the bugs and re-do them all but I think (shouldn't have said that!) I fixed them all now.

I also made a start on some environment art  last night which I can start to make some levels with and figure out what they will look like. So far I have some simple walls, floor, windows and arches and a few miscellaneous props to decorate with, and once I get the overall room/s started I'll be able to see what works and what I need to set dress it. It'll be a fairly minimal environment, more about the overall mood and lighting than lots of details. I'm going to try to do it all without making textures too, so using single colour materials and geometry to make all the details. We'll see how that goes :)

Update time!

I fixed all (I think) of the bugs and unresolved issues with the beam modifiers, so now they can all be selected, rotated and moved to unoccupied floor tiles. You can't move a piece to a floor tile that is already occupied. I also moved the colours for beams etc. into global variables so I can easily change the colour scheme for different levels.

Next job is to make actual puzzle levels with these pieces.

Here's a video:

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There's a video of the beam in action here:

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Here's the dev log for my entry - Colourful David.

It's a puzzle game where you direct David's magic torch beam around the environment to brighten the place up.

Here are a some early tests in Unity of the torch beam and modifiers: