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Surprisingly, the octopus got a lot of different interpretations, best one was:
CHTULHU! (I am so using that :)
The dancer and the bridge also confused a lot of people - seem to both have large variation in depiction.
The eggplant has a VERY specific meaning, but...it is only used in that context in the US. It's just a plain ol' veggie for the rest of the world.
So, since I am not US based, I did not get any rude suggestions for that one :D
I wanted to print the design document so that I could show my kids...and the no matter what I tried, the emojis were rendered in black and white.
So if you want to print the document, here's an image of two slapped together screenshots from my phone, with all the emojis in colour.
Opengameart.org has a tonne of free to use assets as well, including SFX and music.
Check the license, you will most likely have to credit the artist in your game or on your gamepage.
A quick search found these:
If you need grey, you'll have to use dithering. I created a small checkerboard b&w tile and used that to create a grey background.
The dithering will create visible patterns in the grey and might look a bit odd when webpage is zoomed (on my browser game)
That will work just fine. All my games on itch.io are html5, although I haven't used jquery in years :)
Just make sure your main page is called index.html, zip it up with all your js code and you should be fine.