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First off, great game! The puzzles were interesting and I thought the game itself looked really cool. Some music would have been nice, and maybe more levels, but the whole idea was really great. Just one little bug to point out, after you complete the game you can still shoot bullets, and hence kill the player after already winning.
Thanks for playing, and your point makes sense. My idea was originally going to focus on the idea of a cycle, where you cycle through enemies where when an enemy takes damage you turn into that enemy, but because I lost Saturday so the only way I could think to make it work was to have it be co-op. It started out with some resemblance but ended as it did. Thanks for the feedback as well.
Thanks for the feedback! It’s much appreciated! Mouse sensitivity was a large issue that I only noticed post jam, which makes clear to me that I need to make more time for play testing. Thanks for playing!
Thanks for your feedback. I totally agree about the levels. I thought they looked nice in the development process, but after the jam I noticed that the levels often fee very cluttered with desktop applications. I also need a lot more play testing, as it totally went over my head that different players have different mouse sensitivity. Once again, thanks for playing!
Thanks for playing! Totally didn't think about how different people have different mouse sensitivity until the jam ended sadly :(, and that's exactly why the Blender icon kill you! Ding ding ding! You win... a digital high five!
Cool game, but hard to get into. Probably because I don't usually play SRPG's, but it felt like a lot of information was avaliable for me. The art and music are both great, and thanks for the volume warning!
I changed the Unity Internal Resolution, and I did exact that but via code. Sadly it actually ran in void Start() and not void Update(), so it only actually works when the game first starts. :(
Thanks for your feedback! Looking back on it, I'm not a fan of the level design either, but I'm not sure why text was on top of black for you?Make sure you click the itch.io transparent full screen button, and not the blue one. Also, that's exactly how I explained it to a friend on discord, when it came to why Blender killed you.
Welp... I had basically written an essay analyzing the game and focusing on the aspects I enjoyed and the aspects that I didn't enjoy. Then I accidentally reloaded the page, and lost it all :(
Pretty much, the game is pretty awesome. Gameplay itself is fun and responsive, other than the ladder hitbox feeling a bit too small and the roll feeling out of place (at least for me). The art was spectacular, along with the rest of the games aesthetics. The boss felt a bit too weak, but at least you had one. The levels felt like your classic arcade game, but also had a bit of a puzzle feel to it. Like when I had figured out how the walls work, I got a chance to use my new knowledge immediately and had gained a tool to use in later levels. Then it became especially interesting when what used to just be a tool, turned into much more dangerous hazard.
Congrats on your game, and I hope to see you make another one during the next Ludum Dare!
Thank you for your feedback! I spent way to much time having fun with the different types of bullets, so I didn’t spend much time on building a game that was intuitive and easily understandable for players. This was easily the largest downfall of my game. I never spent time to really try it out with others and mess around with anything other than physics objects. Z and X were originally filler keys, but I just never changed them. I hope to improve both my focus on the overall game, beyond a single aspect, and my ability to make clear what a how a player must do something.