thank you for letting me know, I’ll be more careful with defaults for Linux builds
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I'll pass that along to the music arranger, thank you for taking the time to write about your experience!
I did not have time to finish the stop when crossing the finish line, so that's why you might bounce backwards. It does always keep the furthest point though.
I'm glad others share the printer feelings. 😛
You can upload this as a web-game so it can be played in the browser. Rename the file index.html and zip it by itself. Then upload it and change your game type from Download to Play in Browser.
I may have made pleasing the AI a little easy, but you got the basics of it. I wanted to try working with a system that rewards you for messing up, and I did not want the game to drag on.
tHank you for playing.
I've posted my personal SLog Library (MIT License) to GitHub. The documentation is very barebones, but it might be handy. https://github.com/SystemLogoff/SLog-Library/
- Wrapper for Audio Library
- Wrapper for Smallfolk for save/loading
- Image -> List of colors in a table 'library'
- Pixels -> Screen Scaler for pixel art games,
- Textbox -> A fancy text-printer.
I tagged this game as an interactive fiction because the gameplay was less this time. It does hold close roots to PZZL though. So if you want more gameplay and less story, check the prequel out.
Thank you for playing my game. While it was created for a game jam, I can understand your frustration with it being short and easy.
If you want a harder game you can play the prequel, PZZL, which is a longer puzzle game and not interactive fiction like this one was.
I hope you have a great day, thank you again for taking the time to play and comment.