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The first day I got a steam account(last year), I spent 8 hours playing games. I was eventually able to get it down to 6 hours, and eventually to 5, but 5 hours is a lot of time to be spending playing something as not-worthwhile as a video game.
Over the next 7 months, I continued to have this addiction to gaming, barely paying attention to schoolwork and extra-curricular stuff. In December, I deleted my steam account.
I'm not a designer or anything but something about Steam's design makes the user more likely to spend a lot of time playing games and buy games. Itch.io doesn't really do that for me. I play about 30 minutes to an hour a day, mostly free game jam games, and I've been able to do a whole lot more with my life now. Itch.io is the only platform I use, and it doesn't really have the addictive-factor that steam does.
I guess it's just my opinion, but video games aren't a great use of much more than an hour or two. Sure, they're fun, but most games you play will leave your mind a month after you play them.
I hope that explains everything. Muck really isn't that big of a deal, it kinda just looks like another game that's famous just because of the developer behind it.
Hi! Is there a way you could add the windows to itch.io. I have been boycotting steam for a while now, and I would like a way to play this game without having to create a steam account and install it.
Really great game! Better than stuff like re:run for speedrunning, I like the variety that abilities and stuff give you and the controls are very tight(though the wall jumping needs some work)
The combat is too simple. For an action roguelike, that's a bad thing. There are definitely some systems here that could be good but the game relies too heavily on its aesthetic, and without it, gives no reason to play it
I will say this. I hated this game until the last 3 seconds. The dialogue was pretentious, poorly written. Characters were uninteresting. The walking speed served no purpose. The story was aimless. But then the last 3 seconds happened, and now I'm so convinced that I need to give it another shot. Very jarring, surreal ending. I do like the visual style though! Overall, paratopic is just plain better, but this has a nice style to it.
I don't know. It's extremely unfair to other developers in my opinion. I'm glad that creators like Dani exist, at least to get younger people into coding sort of, but repeating the same jokes over and over and getting millions of people to pay attention to oneself just because of intentionally bad editing just seems slightly problematic to me. Dani is a competent developer, but he overshadows some extremely talented developers who don't even have 1% the size of the crowd that Dani has.