MARK, STOP WATCHING THE TV AND START SAVING GRANNY BEFORE SHE BLEEDS OUT!
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It's not up to date with the steam version for the simple reason that itch.io is less secure than other platforms. selling small games here is fine because less people will try pirating it, but larger releases should be moved to other platforms because of the more lax security and because of itch's reputation.
Very nice game, I loved the feeling of hitting the enemy with his own projectile, however, I did notice that the game continued after you died, which allowed me to keep fighting long after my health bar reached 0.
I'll make the guns smoother to hold, and I'm trying to figure out how to balance the shotgun to keep it feeling powerful while still being balanced (currently working with fire rate and bullet spread). The sine wave projectiles felt necessary to stop the player from just running around in circles around the horde of orcs, with strait projectiles playtesters (family & close friends) were still easily running in circles, while multiple fireballs lagged the game a good amount, and larger projectiles weren't looking pleasing at all (quite the pickle!). And thank you for the compliment!
I don't mean to be rude, but that's a rather low time:kills ratio for easy crowd control. (I was feeling toxic while saying this, please do not judge me based off of this comment, also my brain is the dumb sometimes and all it noticed was 200-100 which is still an ok ratio at that, in fact he did a good job for his time and I applaud him for his game now.)
Hello, Was the gun that was appearing while shooting the machine gun or the laser gun, The laser gun points in the same direction as the gun so I believe that that's what you were shooting. I'll probably make it so the laser guns bullets follow the mouse for a bit instead of the same direction of the gun.
I found this game 3 years ago, and spent 1 month finding it again. All I remembered was the art and basic gameplay. If the developer is reading this, you made me satisfied enough to remember this for 3 years.