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Nice to hear! I hope it'll meet your expectations :D

I'm in the process of getting the game on Steam. Once I got it up and running, I'll get back to you.

I removed the download for the time being as I'm preparing the private beta version.

Yes, it's pretty basic in the current public build. In the private build I've already made some changes to give it a better purpose.

What kind of mechanic did you have in mind?

Hey Nirchie!

As you probably noticed the "default style" might feel weak because the jump force is based on the camera view: the higher you look, the more jump force you get. The "classic style" is constant: the jump force is always the same no matter the camera angle.

It's intentional to give the player more control (this will be much more emphasized in the next version). It definitely takes time to get used to, and I'm still tweaking the numbers, but I hope it will pay off.

Thank you for your feedback!

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Kansei Drifto community · Created a new topic Questions?

You have questions about the game? About the development? Looking for tips and tricks? Just shoot!

Anyone is welcomed to ask and answer!

Kansei Drifto community · Created a new topic Bugs/Issues
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If you find a bug or have any issues, please let me know!

If you can tell me how to replicate an issue or can show me a video it would help out a lot!

Thank you and have fun! :>

Kansei Drifto community · Created a new topic Feedback

I'm looking forward to hear your opinion!

Nice! Very happy to hear that :D

Thanks!

Yes, I'm still actively developing it.

What I did was simply predicting where the player is going to land (UE4 has a function "Predict Projectile Path by TraceChannel"), and then update the particle emitter's location.

It might not be 100% accurate and is a little performant heavy, but works for now.

I was trying to replicate the projectile prediction from Titanfall 2, but no idea how they did it.

I'm still working on it. In fact I hope to release a new build soon. But I've been quite busy with side jobs, which take up a lot of time.

Hi! I've unlocked the download. Have fun :)

Waterfox and Firefox

So, the game is fun. Difficult to learn, but just the right way of difficult. It creates a nice state of flow.

My only gripe is that changing the direction input is somewhat slow.

Also, I wish I could play with mouse (either by changing directions via aiming, or by pressing LMB and RMB to rotate.

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I'm launching over the itch app

*Starting manually over a regular browser works ...

Maybe instead of changing the hitbox, increase the knockback of the player? Just my 2c

F12 does nothing. The game starts in its own window anyhow.

The exe version works for me!


So, about the demo:

The humanoids movement is pretty weird, both on the ground and mid-air.

The acceleration on the ground is somewhat slow, which often would leave me jump up instead of forward.

The wall jumps are very unsatisfying to perform as I feel like I have to press in the direction of the wall, which causes me to move towards the same wall I jumped off of AFTER I did the wall jump (due to air control). With the bees I didn't have much luck to dodge them.

Crouching in the air is a fun idea for a 2D platformer, but the hint should come before the pit, not after you already fell.

The spiders movement is alright, though the jumps with the spike blocks too tight, or maybe the collision of spikes is too big.

As the demo is focused on the movement of the 2 characters I'll leave it at that.

I don't even

In the beginning I ran around aimlessly, didn't know I had to pick up the meat to start the game.

I like the help screen (F1) to show what's up. This could be emphazised a little more.

The goblins are surpringsly scary, but the gameplay overall is rather dull, as the enemies feel like bullet sponges. There were so many enemies, but not enough fire power to reduce their numbers. And just running and shooting just didn't feel satisfying enough. The special ability is also quite suicidal, because you have to stand still - and also never hit an enemy (flew over them? through them?).

I couldn't use the cookie...?

The art is neat, though too much green for me (green floor, green trees, green goblins, green giants).

Doesn't work for me. I click play, music starts, the screen stays the same.

Cannot be downloaded ("invalid game"). Also, zip that shit.

The tutorial section was problematic for me, because I misread the text for the big jump as "hold down jump", instead of "holding Down before jump". So, I had to restart the level to reread the dialogue. Having the actual explanation permanently on screen instead of in dialogue would be a lot nicer. Also, the jump-charge visual effect could start instantly for better indication imo.

The dialogues themselves are somewhat useless the way they are designed, as they get in the way of play. They happen while in action - so I can't read them anyways -, and they always have to catch up, rarely being relevant to what's actually on the screen. For instance on the level with Mr Sol, while I was standing in front of the exit, the dialogue was super far behind. I had already passed the sun, but they were still talking about how the button that activates the floating block doesn't make sense.
If the focus was on the dialogue, there needs to be a lot more downtime between the sections.

The background art is somewhat hard on the eyes, as it's very saturated. The trees are weird as well.

I played with a controller and have nothing to complain about the movement. Everything felt alright, though the fairy dash felt super cheesy, as I could spam it to basically skip everything.

Not sure about the reconnection of cat and fairy though. I expected it to be the same button as to separate.

Music, sfx, menu, ui is very nice.

Story I can't say, as I didn't really read the dialogue for reasons stated.

Simple fun. Lots of button mashing.

I really love that the controls are on the screen!

Pretty fun, but takes a lot of time to wrap the head around.

I played with a controller.

  • I would often accidentally move the knight against a wall or a void tile and use a hammer which was not desired, especially annoying while in "block placement"-mode
  • switching between the two modes is very awkward: I want to move the knight and think where to go, but the blocks would start falling again automatically
  • when pressing the trigger to quickly drop a block, it would rapid-fire and place several blocks
  • the first level is overwhelming in many ways as too many things need to be learned at once
  • the red block helper doesn't show items & enemies which is a little annoying when rotating, because I have to think about how to rotate the base shape, look out where the walls are and then know where the items/enemies will be placed
  • would have been nice to have the controls on screen while playing, instead of needing to go into the menu
  • only after I was done playing did I discover the "separate" control scheme, which plays a lot nicer, especially in order to learn the game. Would have loved to have this as the default.

sadly it doesn't work for me as it glitches

Played a little bit with a controller, which was fine. The only thing that bothered me was that turning around felt somehow unresponsive.

Would have liked seeing a little bit more ahead, as dogs jump-attacking from out of screen felt cheap. Also, once the dogs were inside you, they were impossible to hit.

Everything else felt fine so far. Might give it a more serious try another time.

Basically what boxes said.

A bug I encountered was with the mouse sens: when changing it, it would only be applied after I had died. When changing it again, it was back to whatever the default speed was.

Very enjoyable and polished expierence so far. Combat is fluid and fun. Difficulty is nice.

What I didn't really get is how the character selection and leveling up works. Do the characters share experience?

Didn't play much.

I couldn't be bothered to read the readme for the controls. Putting them in the options, or somewhere on the first screen as plain text would have been nice.

Jumping and falling feels broken, as if the game is playing too fast.

Shooting with the mouse feels extremly uncomfortable and unintuitive. Not sure if the mouse is used for other things besides shooting.

Played till level 10.

Very enjoyable concept, but the controls are somewhat hard. Too many options to cycle through to get the right anomaly, considering that it's very action heavy/fast paced.

Not sure what purpose the "walls/barriers" serve. I would simply put them down in the corner to not get in the way.

The "combo/charge" system is quite cool.

First impressions:

Character creation:

  • bug: pants disappeared when clicking next
  • would have preferred drop down menu as it's hard to click these tiny things, while also seeing how many options I have to cycle through
  • wanted to zoom in, but thought it's not possible because there are no brown arrows to do so (but can be done with mouse wheel?)
  • didn't notice the "character rotation" arrows until I was done (hard to see)


Gameplay:

  • walking inside the house is difficult because character is at times behind walls
  • tried giving Lala the herbs by pressing "E", but had to press "Space" instead... thought I did something wrong, because interacting with herbs was "E" but interacting with Lala is "Space"
  • tried reading the hints when entering/exiting buildings, but loading was too fast and font too small
  • after creating the pain-killers, talking to Lala was either done by pressing "E" or it was done automatically... which is confusing.
  • when the Mayor showed me the village I started skipping through everything as it's a huge info dump :/



Overall quite cozy. I like the music and sound effects. The general gameplay  (skipping dialogue, movement, inventory...) feels good, nothing really to complain from the few minutes I played.

I'm not familiar with the genre but I might actually play some more later on.

Yes.

Thank you, I appreciate your feedback.

Hi, you should be able to download it again.