Amazing! I can't wait to experience the new demo! It all sounds amazing and I'm sure it'll be!
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That's great to hear. I personally think and always thought that way that a game should really have measured proportions in terms of collectibles and play time. So To me 4-5 hours is a pretty good experience. I think above 8 would feel too demanding for players.
Successful indie games like Journey and Abzu, Vane and others also manage to balance these aspects pretty well, and they usually don't take longer than 5-6 hours. So that's great to hear.
That makes me curious about how many levels the game will be consisted of. I know that on the front page there's 5 concept arts shown from the different levels, does that mean that the levels would be 5? On average how long do you expect the game to take for completion, without secrets and easter eggs?
For some reason, without knowing where to search for it I was drawn to one certain location, like I knew where it should be, and it turned out my instinct were correct.
When I got there I would say "Hmm...what would happen if I wait here". And I found it! :D
I am known for not resting until I discover all collectibles. As soon as I saw the collectible screen at the end of the demo, I was determined to find all shells on all cost!
All of the other playing of games have thought me to always look for things. The first thing I did when landing was to go left instead right, in search for collectibles, because in most side-scrolling games the world expands in both directions. Eventually I turned right and this was the first sign to show me that there are going to be hidden stuff in the game.
Thank you for creating such a great and fun game! I can't wait to get to play the entire game, and also see how the story is gonna go!
Give in and let the ocean current in Samudra take you on a semi-realistic journey with fantasy twists.
"Pollution soaked in so deep into the post-apocalyptic world of Samudra that you're not capable of seeing the difference between jellyfish and plastic bags floating into the water from afar"