Thanks for playing Saikling! Glad you enjoyed it :)
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Huge fan of this game. Like, huge. I was playing it for a while yesterday and I completely forgot it was made for a game jam. The difficulty ramped up, but that's totally to be expected, however a checkpoint would have been nice. After your 3rd, 4th, 5th death you don't really feel like going back and finding all the bananas again and just head straight for the exit. That's honestly my only complaint, and it's very minor.
Audio sounded very authentic, as were the graphics. Gameboy soul was there in spades. Superb submission.
The style of this game is absolutely gorgeous. The boss feels a little like a damage sponge because of the large health pool and strange hit box. Could definitely be fleshed out to make a really nice game given more time. I also noticed it's using some kind of anti alias on the shadows causing it to exceed 4 colors which is probably my biggest concern. At one point there was 20 colors on the screen.
The jam page does say to use the same control scheme, and mice weren't too common with the original hardware. I doubt many people would mind, but it may count against you. If you're really, really stuck and don't have time to learn, you could forgo having options and just display a "Press start to play" titlescreen so the player just has to press one button to get into the game.
First off, love the software. While I own premium DAWs and various VSTs, there's something about making 8bit music in Lovely Composer that I just can't get enough of.
Also, I'm wondering if there's any plans to add new scales, ie: Dorian, Phrygian, Mixolydian, Locrian, Lydian, etc?
I'm pretty easy going when it comes to licenses. I don't mind what people use my music for as long as it's not redistributed (like uploaded somewhere else). Credit is welcome, but completely optional.
Happening on Windows 10 for me as well. Projects also aren't being saved.
Edit: For some reason it works if I save/export outside of the PixelFX directory. I have no idea what was causing that, but at least it works.
Thanks Anwynn :)
A NFT (Non-fungible token) is just data stored on a distributed ledger. They are used a lot for trading crypto currency. If you don't know what they are, then there's a good chance you don't need to worry about that restriction in my license :D