So I took a look at the source and all the text seems to be integrated through code and not images. So I can send you a spreadsheet on Thursday with all the text, you can translate that to French and I'll implement it. Send me a message to email@example.com and I'll get you the spreadsheet once it's ready :-)
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Aaaaw, so glad you enjoyed it :-D
The thing about numbers and game mode selection wasn't a deliberate design choice, just a mistake.
I have a few projects releasing soon, so I'm quite busy, but I'm hoping I can find some time in the next months to make a new version with some small improvements (including fixing the thing with the mode selection).
I had a couple of months filled with deadlines and things but I'm back to my usual game jam schedule. Already prototyping something new :-P
Really happy to hear you liked it! :-)
By the way, I learnt that german word long ago thanks to chess and I always thought its meaning was beautiful. I had to use it at some point hahaha.
I found this thread because I got some really angry PMs from you on twitter and I wanted to get in touch with you to hear more about this, but looks like you had blocked me.
I did a search on my posts to find out what was that I had written. Here's the thread I think you were refering to:
I meant I had moved your message to "Find Friends", which is a category on that forum meant to find others to work with.
Use the right arrow key to advance. After reading an order you just type in any word you want and press again the right arrow key to send it (if the dictionary can't find it the game will tell you "We can't use that). Find real words that follow your client's needs. That's pretty much it.
I just googled something like "English word list txt" and found lots of different options. I downloaded a couple and tested them (trying different words that came to my head and seeing which ones included them).
My OCD won't let me not answer every comment hahaha.
Yeah, making it feel like actual work where you have to decide when it's good enough (or if you just want to skip a client) was the whole point. Also defining the formulas that decide whether a nose is pointy or piggy was quite tricky.
Thanks for the video and the article! :-)
Oh, thanks a lot for the article and the video! :-)
This game was showcased at the last A MAZE Johannesburg. I couldn't be there it would have been amusing to watch people play and continue the city some other person started.
This is a direct quote from the FAQ: "Board games, pen & paper, alternate reality (somebody make one of these please), VR, etc. Everything's allowed."
Go for mobile, web or whatever feels right :-)