In the Overview, the word "fasted" should be spelled "fastest".
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On the Gamepad Tester website, when I press the left button on the D-pad, it looks like the first picture.
The website identifies my controller as a Logitech.
For the X-box mode, it looks like the third picture below.
The second picture is how it appears when I press anything on the controller.
Hope that helps,
Sometimes your quest is to destroy a particular enemy. That enemy may drop a collectable which cannot be picked up, because a pop-up screen forces you to the next quest. It would be nice if the player was allowed the choice to get the collectable and gather other resources for the next quest?
It's not documented in the Keyboard Information that your character can move diagonally. This is very important for fleeing a fight, since the enemy cannot move diagonally. Also it minimizes movement, which consumes food. it's strange that the keypad does not work for movement, since it incorporates all directions. Instead, you have to use the Home/End and Page Up/Down keys which is not intuitive. Note: mouse-clicking doesn't allow you to move diagonally. The convenient Spacebar can also be used for selecting items and closing pop-up messages. Also, the Delete key can drop a selected item, which is much simpler than having to press Alt + 1-5 every time. Finally, the F11 key can be used to toggle Window/Fullscreen.
Hi Fewjix, I could not find another way to contact you, but I wanted to help your sales on "Isometric Nonogram". There isn't much profit on Steam and they take most of your royalties. Since your game has a window mode and runs in different resolutions, there's a casual-games portal that loves nonogram games called "Big Fish Games" you could submit your game to: https://bigfishgames.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new They publish many Steam games on their website, and they are popular around the world. I'm not sure what they currently pay, but I found this older article which is a guideline for submission here: https://greyaliengames.com/blog/getting-your-game-on-big-fish-games/
Yes, I sent the message to that twitter account. I've already seen the videos, and the ones on YouTube. But I still would be interested in sampling the early version, even though it's changed since March. Thank you.
You mentioned providing the early free version that was removed from Game Jolt. I could not find a demo anywhere, to see if it was something I would like. I've already received a warning for too many returns from Steam, so I would rather try your prototype first before purchasing. I also sent you a direct message on Twitter, but never received a response. Thank you.