Thanks for your kind words! I might contact you again, depending on how Steam Next Fest works out. And yes, please add it to your portfolio :)
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I really like your music and I’m planning to use it in my current hobby project. I’m about to release a trailer using the song “The Tech Show” and I’d like to credit you at the end. Is “Music by Andrea Baroni” fine or do you prefer I’d use Cyberleaf Studio?
This is so simple yet extremely fun. I really like the slow-motion effect and this moment when the ball rolls very slowly towards the star. I have nothing bad to say about this game - it simply works and is a great example of a polished game for a jam. Great job!
Wow, it took me like forever to figure out the first level - but I did it! Others have already commented on some of the gameplay issues. Overall I think it’s a really nice concept and a fun little game. Great job!
The idea is certainly good but unfortunately I wasn’t able to get through the first round. Maybe I didn’t figure out the pattern of the rocks, so it might be on me :) But still nicely done for a jam entry.
Very fast-paced game and actually a nice distraction for a couple of minutes. I would add some power-ups or something to make it more interesting. Also I found that getting stuck below a platform lets you keep killing enemies quite easily. But overall nice job for a short jam.
Nice game and it feels so incredibly polished! The tutorial seemed a bit long but then the actual session had a nice balance and didn’t feel stretched out at all. I also loved the dramatic music at the end.
Your work is absolutely inspiring! All these updates lead to an enormous pack and the game prototypes we are able to create with it are endless. I can’t describe how much I anticipate the exterior pack. Thank you so much and take a well deserved rest!
Nice spoiler :) And thanks for this behind-the-scenes look. I can imagine that finding suitable ways for distribution is very hard. So cool that you take the time to make the community happy :)
BTW: I can’t describe how much I’m looking forward to the exteriors stuff.
Wow, this is amazing! Having the aseprite files makes my workflow so much easier. Quick question out of curiosity: Is this how you usually work on a theme, having one aseprite files with multiple frames for each sprite?
As always, thanks so much for your work.