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Philisophic Games

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Lol, thanks for playing ;)

Thanks for playing and for all the kind words!

Thanks for playing, love the way you added these Twin Peaks clips! :)

Thanks for playing :)

I currenty can't anticipate a release window for the game, but I'd say next year probably (I'm developing two big games simultaneously right now) 

Already done :)

It's great to hear that you still play the game! I don't think I currently have time to go back to that game, but I'm working on an upcoming fps game that will have gamemodes similar to Cool Forts Prevail. I sadly don't have too much time to work on games since its only a hobby, but I will surely keep your ideas in mind if i could find the time :)

Thanks for trying it out! :)

Thanks for making a video about my game! You're actually supposed to die the first time you meet the three monsters, but you're the first person (except me) who I've actually seen managing to evade them. Great skills there!

Love that title and thumbnail :)

Many thanks for playing! Great video, you really did a nice effort there at the end ;)

Thank you!

Since I am a pretty new game developer and still have a lot of school to attend to, I currently can't check out events like GDC. Itch.io has really been a blessing for me though. I've been making games for almost seven years, but I had never uploaded anything online until my first game jam just over a year ago. That led me to discover how easy it was to distribute games and interact with developers on itch.io, and now I have released over six games and even finished my first full game based on my first game jam participation, Recyclinator. My life has changed a lot since then, and I've met lots of awesome people online thanks to itch.io. I just want to thank you for being a great platform where I can channel my creativity.

/Philip "ThatSnillet"


Recyclinator is a unique problem-solving puzzle game. The levels never have any "definitive" solution, it is up to you how you solve it. The game is relaxed but challenging, and will require creativity and logic to be finished.

It can be played, not only in single player, but also in split-screen and in VR.

Get the game here:

https://philisophic-games.itch.io/recyclinator


The game is now released!

Is there a difference between when placing the pizzeria and baking the pizzas?

Thanks for the input, the oven bug is fixed now :)

Thank you! Great video, you've got a new subscriber. This made my day :)

Glad you enjoyed it!

I'm working an a new FPS, and i would love to know what I did good, and what I did bad with this game. I try to improve as much as I can as a gamedev, and constructive criticism is a great way to learn! Tell me what opinions you have on this game if you want to help me out :)

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My free shareware version of the upcoming game Recyclinator is now available! Try it out here: https://thatsnillet.itch.io/recyclinator-shareware

Recyclinator is a sandbox problem solving game about building recycling systems. You are encouraged to solve the problems in your own way, and take advantage of all the tools at your disposal. The full game will release later this year, but you can try out this version to get a glimpse of what will be available. Both this version and the full version is playable in VR.


Because of the large download size it can't be downloaded through the itch.io client. You'll have to download it through the browser instead :)

Is it the Windows or Linux version?

Bought it on release day, and i just finished it today. I just have to say that you've done an amazing job! It is the first of your games I've played on PC (i have the FL games and your other adventure games on iPhone) and it is as immersive and fun as possible. It is a bit harder that your previous games, but it is nice with a challenge. As a gamedev I don't have a lot of time to play games (as you probably know) but i can always find the time to play your adventure games. I'd give this game a 5/5

Thank you! :D I'm not sure if it is possible to add native Dualshock 4 support into the game, but I'd suggest using InputMapper or the built in Dualshock 4 support in steam, if you add the game to you steam library as an external game and launch it in Big Picture. Thanks again!

Thanks! I'll try to add some new cool stuff while i have some time over. 

If you try out Cool Forts Prevail, i would love to hear from you what you like and don't like. That type of information is invaluable for me as a gamedev!

If you found an easter egg, tell me in the comments below!

Thanks for playing. First, the enemies should attack, though you always have around 3-5 minutes to prepare your fort. I'll take a look at what you thought was a bug and check what it can be. The windows version has an external laucher where you can change all settings,  something that i couldn't port to the linux version, but I'll add some in-game settings as soon as i get some spare time. Thanks again!

Linux version is now available! If you try it out, please tell me if it works :)

Thanks for showing interest! I'll take a look at different versions tomorrow :)