Thank you, I'll try that!
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I've come across this issue a lot on here, unfortunately macOS games are either not tested properly (if at all) and have bad support.
The best thing to do would be contact the game developers.
Are you downloading the game onto your Mac or are you using the itch.io launcher?
I've had this issue with macOS Steam game (specifically Len's Island) and the developers never replied, I'm also trying to figure out what is causing this issue.
Is there any way to customise/save my browse page, so that I don't see horror games and only categories that I select every time I login?
I have read both the Can I use exclusion filters? and Can I exclude horror games tag? threads, but that isn't what I'm looking for. I'm looking for butons that allow us to remove game genres completely from our homepages/browse pages.
Every time I want to look for a new game to play, I'm greeted with a page full of horror games and even if I try to drill down to genres/platform almost every game is horror based.
One of the reasons I don't use itch.io to search for games (I usually find them through Kickstarter campaigns/demos or YouTube channels) is because of the overwhelming amount of horror games on this platform; I also agree with this post.
This game is beautiful, I'm intrigued to see what the full game will look like. Thank you to the dev who updated the macOS version when I mentioned a bug in the Discord.
Here is my full walkthrough of the demo:
Yes Men and Women are different but it's 2020... we're not that differnt when it comes to work, travel and parenthood. I don't where this "research" has come from but I just can't believe it...
"Unpaid carework" is called being a parent (Men do that too, you know that right?).
The PDF that you linked says that 46% of European women ages 25-34, play videogames, 54% play on computers, 44% play on consoles, 52% of women play on mobile / tablet. It says absolutely nothing about "Women do 75% of the world’s unpaid care work and this affects their travel needs. A typical female travel pattern involves, for example, dropping off at school before going to work; taking an elderly relative to the doctor and doing the grocery shopping on the way home."
Your research has absolutely nothing to do with your game, so why even mention it? I would understand if you were making a game specifially for women to relax or a game about the day-to-day life of a stay at home Mum but it's not, it's a platform game about a woman bouncing off walls and not falling to her death. This whole thing makes no sense...
I don't know where you did your research but your statement about how women play videogames is completely false. You can't make a blanket statement about like that. Your statement is also sexist towards men, they have lives outside of videogames as well.
Honestly there isn't anything really special about moving platforms for a character that is basically bouncing off of walls...
Thank you for giving me key to this game on Nintendo Switch, I am pleasantly surprised with this game so far and I'm having so much fun with it so far! I'll do a full text review when I finish it.