Thank you very much for playing! I'm glad that you liked it. I'm working on something new but still haven't released any info yet.
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Hey. I'm sorry that happened. You're supposed to talk to the guy blocking the way at the top left side.
I actually made some small updates today. One of them is making the guy's collider a bit bigger.
Thank you for playing nonetheless tho!
Thank you very much for playing and the feedback! I definitely agree that it could have had more context especially now that I see people actually playing it. I updated the game a bit to make the first guy a bit more obvious.
I enjoyed watching your playthrough. It's the most entertaining one I've seen yet, and I was actually laughing at times. I'm happy that you enjoyed the game for what it is.
Also I did a small fanart of your character in the game's style since he's cool.
Sorry, I'm not a programmer. I've properly credited the programmer of this game.
As I said before there's lots of tutorials out there and scripts available for free too.
Please do help yourself by searching for the available resources.
There's a lot of tutorials out there how to use game engines. I'm definitely not the best person for you to ask, as I'm still new with unity too.
But my advice is to make a proper game design document, detailing everything about your game especially the scope. A common problem when making games is having a scope that's too big, and you end up not being able to finish. Even if you initially plan to make a small one, you'll end up wanting to add little features here and there, but they ultimately add up to a big amount of work. Properly think about the game you want to do before you start actual production.
Thank you very much for playing and the support! You've probably figured out by now that this is my first game. I really appreciate when you said you wanna check out more of my works. I'll be sure to actually have more soon.
Thank you so much for playing the game and the feedback! This was really the first time I got actual feedback. I've showed it to a few friends but they never said any criticism even though I was asking for it. I definitely would have more people test the games I'll do next.
I agree with everything you've said too. This was the first time I've made an actual attempt with level design, and I honestly wasn't giving enough thought about it. This really is a big learning step for me as the first game I properly designed from scratch. I've already learned a lot, especially with your feedback, so I'd say this small game is doing its purpose wonderfully.
I'm also mainly an animator/artist so I have a good amount of knowledge with that. Now I need to get better with game design! I'm still lacking with sound design too so I'd like to dive in more on that.
Thank you once again. I really appreciate it.