Liked a lot the game, it is obviously very different from regular games and I appreciate it. I will always love the games that are loyal to the old days of gaming. The music and artstyle are the perfect combo to represent this. It is a little simple, maybe a little more illustration of the different ppaths you're going through would add up to it, but I still tink it's nice. Made a video about it if you're interested.
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You can totally notice the great effort that came with the second episode. I loved the way you handle the story telling, being completely different than the first one. The music was on point, the sounds were great. The artstyle is loyal to it's essence, same as the mechanics. I am keen on keeping track of everything that happens with the game. I loved that this is separated from episode 1, so I'm curious to where this is going. Amazing work, congratulations Mr. Navarro and his team!
Pretty awesome game. I love that you got together to create something, working with other people is always a great experience to create thing more quickly and to learn from others. Now, most of the time I ignore instructions because I'm vague, and this wasn't the exception. But the controls are quite great, easy to understand and to manipulate, the artstyle it's incredible I've always appreciated 8-bit style games. The gameplay it's so great, love the fact that at first I thought I could only shoot lasers and when I discover it was an upgrade of breakout it was so amusing for me. I loved that it has an story too, and that it's there so you can choose wheter to see it or not. And finally it's very entertaining, the portals, and the other features bring a lot to te game. I can see you are in development of more, keep the good work!
I love your artstyle, it's so beautiful. This is what gets a game appealing. The game it's pretty fun to play, I would hope to be longer though (not complaining at all, just saying I didn't want it to end) I think it has a lot of potential so it can be like a level thing. Maybe 10 levels or something. Not short, not long. Idk, just my thoughts because I pretty like it. The audio it's amazing too! I can't get that song out of my head AND IT'S BEEN A WEEK haha. Great job guys... or guy... or girl. What I want to say is WELL DONE. Also I made a video, perhaps it's useful for you!
Hey, I really enjoyed playing this game, the artstyle is amazing. I like that you are like his coach coming back and forth. Because you can't do anything while he is boxng, but support him by cheering him up. Then comes your part to take care of him. I didn't go that far, but maybe it would be cool to add levels or championships. It's just my thought, still I like it the wya it is right now. Made a video of it btw.
Hey! I like it a lot. It gives me a lot of old games vibes. Actually, I don't know why, but the first game that came to mind while playing this was a game I had called the Tiger Electronic - Handheld Game - Paperboy, to be precise. It's pretty fun, couldn't get far from the 5th level though, but I was short on time. I know what I will be doing tomorrow!
I pretty enjoyed it. It definitely has potential, so a longer version of it could be pretty awesome (not saying it is not good, just saying that the idea has that essence that a game needs to be appealing and you can go further with that) but to be honest, I don't know how to expand it. Maybe I just wanted to play more of it (I finished it later) and it can be relatable, because as a child we've been scared of the dark at least once. So hopefully you can make it longer... or not I mean, at the end of the day this works perfectly. Just want you to have success! Hope this is helpful.
Pd: Loved the pause mechanic. Different than the usual, works great.
I made a video of it (3:22) and I liked it. It is pretty good-looking, the colors are just mixed very well, and the gaming art is entertaining! With the music and everything, it is really smooth.
I liked a lot the concept, I wish it had a backstory or at least some levels so as you go on, you can be challenged to see how to finish it. The art style is pretty cute! Wish I could see more of it.
A couple of weeks ago I did a video of it. I love the art of it, it is pretty appealing to see. The mechanics of how the game goes are amazing, and the fact that it has Xbox controller support is way more comfortable. I ilke that the enemies are changing, it makes it more dinamic, so you don't get bored!
I really like it. Even though the story is kinda silly, it works. I would've wished that it lasted more, but I get it. Hope they continue to develop it because it gave me Getting over it vibes... but still it has its own essence if that makes sense.
I think that if it turns out to be a level game it will be different and people might like it a lot. The silly controlling is the best. And maybe going a little deeper in the story (even if you continue with the simple one you made) might get people into it mor. But idk though that's what I think, I made a video of it btw, I know that sometimes the experience is better when you say your thoughts about it and if you see how people are playing it. How are the mechanics working and all that.
I know it has its flaws, but I know it will. Hopefully this helped you with something
It is mind blowing. It's pretty creative and mind blowing. I played Christmas Time too (another Jon Reid's game) and I love it you should really try it too. Hope you keep doing things like this, because I've never played anything like it before. I'm keen on supportng your work I love it!
I love your style man! Your game is the perfect example of how a horror game not necessarily needs jumpscares. It's mind blowing that you did it just by yourself, I'm astonished. I can't believe that this is your first game either. I enjoyed it so much, I will be waiting next chater or whatever thing you're working on. Loved it, Thank You!