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I thought about having a post-apoc world where animals find human technology and have no clue how they operate, seeing them as magic. Would that qualify for 'bluring the line between magic and tech' requirement?
Where the game is:
The gimmicky sing function of the game is delayed in construction, so it was disabled for now,
consider the current version to be - "The Gimmick-Free " version.
All upgrades are purchasable without the need to unlock them.
All wallpapers are usable without unlock.
Save is on auto.
just click and chill.
Where the game will end:
*New cookie designs to chose from*
There will be more than just two songs programmed
Each musical note button will actually have a note sound
Pressing the right combination of notes will cheer up your cookie and unlock content
this will be the way to unlock upgrades once or twice a day, and will make the game a few days long (like a tamagochi)
unlocking at least 7 of these songs will reveal a 'transcend button', which will reset the game with a 2x bonus
neglecting your tamagochi will cause it to Game Over, but your score will be saved.
Keep your cookie above sad, below bored, to get bonus of your upgrades.
Maybe in the future:
We end up posting two versions, 1one which will have no losing and you just chill to some lo-fi with a cookie on the (maybe vaporwave) background, 2and the one which will be the actual tamagochi clicker style game, which will have you clicking and looking up here for note combinations to interact with your cookie (or even trying combinations yourself out until you discover something!)
Hi, BlackDragon, by what you're describing it seems like you hit pause at some point. The 'you died' screen is a menu screen that should redirect you to the beginning. Having the pause pressed make the menus don't work properly...
Found 0 problems with your game. I love 2d, love pixel art, and platformers are always fun. Unity can make some sticky walls sometimes, but the fact you made the whole game in webgl is impressive! With soundtrack and aesthetics... very inviting for replay.