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I have now played the game also! It's really fun and immersive, it really feels like I'm there and experiencing something dangerous! Is it supposed to be quiet to increase this feeling, or are you planning on adding any music to the game?
Yes exactly, I just thought the negatives were more fun. I'm written more clearly in the description and the title now that this isn't a fair depiction of you and your stream.
"This is a joke edit, most things the streamer said was positive and constructive, I just thought it was hilarious how much he hated the music (mostly because I consider music to be my strong part). The streamer is ScalphaMission (https://www.twitch.tv/scalphamission) and he takes the time to review a lot of game jam games, so please appreciate that effort! The whole clip where he plays my game is from 50:30 in this stream VOD: https://www.twitch.tv/scalphamission/v/1226113505?sr=a&t=3057s"
This was a creative concept! The graphics and sound effect made me feel good (because it exploded and sounded all the time). I didn't really understand if I was competing or collaborating with myself though.
Thanks for the kind words! I played your game too and liked it, I thought I commented but apparently I didn't. :)
The 20x15 canvas forces you to be creative! You can absolutely draw cocks and balls in this game. But the easiest thing to draw and still make look good is a bird, I've figured out. Be sure to send me if you create anything inappropriate!
I like this! Well written and creative with the format. I liked and felt connected to the characters early, which is what usually makes me hop out from visual novels after a minute. And, great music! Very good!
Thank you Knitwit Studios! I was pretty confident I could finish, so it's nice to know I can trust my gut feeling when it comes to project management. And I'm glad you like the music!
The challenge of the game is to figure out what makes the art dealers happy, which isn't shown in the gameplay but in the "ending". So the challenge is to think and analyse what they say about your artwork (and in my opinion it's as fun to make them disappointed or unimpressed as it is to make them happy, so I'm not sure what the real goal of the game is). And if you want more challenge, there's a special dialogue that I'm not even sure is possible to get within 30 seconds, where the art dealers get extremely happy.
Edit: apparently my habit of over-editing comments gets shown to everyone here. so please enjoy this well-edited comment