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A member registered Mar 18, 2020

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Great game! really helps me stay calm in times like this. I do, however, have a few suggestions. maybe you could optimize the infinite levels mode playing experience by having settings for which puzzle parts the player wants. for example, I prefer not to play levels with the two "players" (I don't know how else to put it since this game is so abstract). maybe one could disable that for playing computer-generated levels. another thing I would like to see in the game is a way for you to make your own levels and share them with other players. obviously the "sharing with other players" part wouldn't be easy to implement, so maybe each user generated level could come with a shareable seed. I really like giving feedback on indie games, because I feel a closer connection to the people/person actually behind the programming. I can't exactly just tweet at nintendo for things I want in their games and expect it to actually happen.

Edit: sorry if I got a bit off topic at the end of the comment

I really liked this game. first, i was recommended a video about you making it on youtube, and now, I just randomly bumped into it on 10/10 for a game jam game

the ending was hilarious

what do you mean "deceptively"? i fell in love with this game the second I saw the title

yeah, do it in some way that lets you see their reaction.  I asked one of my friends on discord to play this game, and we had a blast with it.

8/10 game. first playthrough was about 30 minutes, but my speedrun was about 5. this shows how you did a lot with a little, which is some very respectable game design. this comment is not sarcastic despite the overall tone of the game (which I love) I would enjoy more games like this. not nessesaraly a sequel (because of how short a meme's lifespan is), but maybe something with a similar gameplay style with the same theme of "shitposts"

to reiterate, 8/10

The passcode is "elephants never forget"