Thank you very much! :))
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Hey thanks for the reply!
They did, but it doesn’t appear on my profile.
(Edit: it does appear, it was pointed out that I need to “unhide” it from the theme dropdown, for anyone who has the same problem.)
Hey everyone! Self-explanatory title but I’ll clarify:
I joined this jam with a partner & we submitted the game through their page. I was wondering if there’s a way I can place the game on my own profile as well.
Here is mine: https://github.com/pompyproductions/size-matters
I posted this on the game’s devlog as well, but I just wanted to say it here too: I’ll keep updating until we have a fully functional playable game.
You can check the source code also for hints about what I was trying to implement :))
Brilliant game, brilliant artwork, nice controls, nice sounds, fits the theme perfectly. What more to ask? Maybe a font that required would work with less aliasing haha. Jokes aside, hats off!
Nice atmosphere, and congrats on your first game jam delivery! I like the concept, feels Don’t Starve-ish.
Your vignette is a bit too extreme, especially considering you’re in a snowy area— you could try having a white vignette so that it looks more foggy instead of just tunnel visioned. But nice feel overall!
Good job! Didn’t really see the connection with the theme, but it’s nice and complete! Sounds are a nice plus :)
BTW, traditionally in asteroid games, asteroids don’t have friction. Is it because you wanted them to actually litter the screen?
Hey hey, here’s my two cents: https://itch.io/jam/go-godot-jam/rate/1064137
Thank you for doing this! It’s totally incomplete, as in the combat doesn’t actually happen, it’s just animations. So if you are in combat and don’t know what’s going on, just press ESC. There’s not much content, only ideas.
Hehe sorry it was so incomplete that people can’t even tell whether the combat is actually going on or not. Spoiler alert: it is not. Just two characters jumping around.
Thank you so much for taking a look at it! I’ll be developing it further. Setting up a schedule to be able to do regular updates. Devlog? Yes, Devlog.
Sounds good! I’ve no experience in GTMK, but asset-wise I can join. I’m also a musician so can hook you up with sound effects and music too.
Is there a way to send PMs on itch.io? How do we get in touch?