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Igor Konyakhin

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Doesn't work on MacOS (BigSur Version 11.7.10)

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Looks like I was relatively fast compared to other completions

Nice and funny game

31:32 (first play-through)

Cool minimalistic concept

Yes, it was me :)

I'll check it out when I have time and Windows (currently only have Mac)

Programming is done in a simple language similar to python

How did you implement the execution part? Did you implemented custom interpreter yourself or found some library for that?

Cool idea! I wonder what would it be like with some automation aspects (conveyors, assemblers, etc.)

Looking at the pictures, I remember the game, but it has been one year, so it's hard to give any feedback

Here is how

To answer your concerns:

1) Yes, a lot of people (~30-60%) spam-comment. You can often find this out by going to commenters' profile and see times/intervals at which they post comments. Some people comment on different games as often as every 1-3 minutes, which obviously means they haven't played

2) There are two types of ratings: game rating (general ones - a single 1-5 star) and jam ratings (jam specific - several categories, 1-5 star each). Your analytics page likely shows general Itch rating.

Thank you for encouraging words! :)


I hope your time playing my game was well-worth it and you enjoyed every minute of it

I am glad you liked it!

What is your highscore?

Furthermore, the game will filter out sheep, who just can't appreciate the art,
so I'll have 1M+ of elite subscribers, not random ones

I actually abstained from asking my subscriber base to rate me, which highlights my integrity and humility

Indeed :)


Love was put into it :D Glad you liked it!

I personally don't mind, but just letting you know that linking to an updated version is specifically forbidden in the rules this time. - one with deep lore

Cool :)

Someone downvoted your comment. People seem not to understand a fair competition these days.

Yes, there are jams you want to grind, but for this one I chose to make a small highly polished game and have fun!

Regarding winning, it's hard to reason about "fairness" with certainty, because public vote is highly random - look at the public vote winners from Brackeys 2021.2:) I'd say exchanging 5-star ratings would be unfair, though

I am glad you enjoyed it

UI took a significant portion of time and years of experience to perfect

Thanks for an unbiased and objective review of my game ;)

Remember that Russians are Australians best friends after your takeover

Here is how it works:

  • You play my game
  • You rate it 5 stars in all categories

The game:

Actually, playing it is not necessary, you can just skip playing and rate it 5 stars straight away - that is ok as well


Your style reminds me of BlackThornProd

I am 99% sure my game is bug free this time

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There is often some (1-2 hours) grace period, but it's been 2h45 minutes past the deadline, so it's very unlikely you can still get in

Edit: Oh, I see you submitted, but just don't have WebGL. Still no - you can't change game uploads

My game with deep lore:

Hi Cyklan!

This time I made a game which you don't need to log into, it's not online and there are no GDPR issues: 

with deep lore

That should take quite a while, maybe a few months :)

thank you

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Thanks for trying out!

As I was doing it for a short game jam and I happened to be busy part of the time, my main problem was to at least finish the main loop (buy seed, plant, extract, sell crop) somehow, which I barely managed to do.

But then - yes, I know it's overwhelming. Tutorial and incremental progression is critically missing. Ideally, it would start with only ~5 lines of boilerplate code that you'll expand yourself.