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On both Steam and GOG, a publisher can offer you a game code in order to get the game for a review. So what about Itch, is there such a thing? If not, how can a publisher offer you a game besides offering an off-site download?
The game is coming out next month... on Steam... early access -_-
Guess I'll have to be content with that DEMO from now on cause if he's going early access, it's staying on Steam. Well sorry mate, I no longer buy indie games with DRM.
A lot of developers seem to use Itch to gather a crowd, but then only release on Steam. Well jokes on them, I stopped buying indie games on Steam a while back. Release it on Itch, GOG, Playism, GameJolt, I don't care, but I don't want any more DRM in my indie games.
I would understand this answer if I was asking for an XBOX1 port of a PS4 game, but we're talking about taking a game from one PC distributor to another PC distributor. Hell, this is Itch, most games you download here are just zipped :p
Hey this looks great so far. Couple of questions however:
1- Is it possible to keep the 4:3 aspect ration in full screen mode?
2- Is it possible to use the D-pad instead of the analog stick on an XBOX controller?
I need to ask, why do you use a platform like Itch to advertise your game and only release it on Steam when complete? Do you believe the boomers of the gaming industry that adding DRM somehow prevents pirates from distributing you game or is there a more technical reason behind all of this?
I hate it when developers use Itch just to advertise their game, but then only release on Steam because God knows DRM reeeally make a difference against piracy (sarcasm). If you don't like Itch, at least try getting on GOG.com.
2020/02/17: Itch fix the issue after I reported it via the report link at the bottom.
Hi there. The games doesn't install through the Itch App. Are you the one who needs to fix this or is it on Itch's part?
I would like to first congratulate you on a very great game. I played the DEMO twice last night and I had a lot of fun with it.
First, for my question, do you plan to release the game on Itch.io when it's complete or only on Steam? I'm asking before I do prefer buying on DRM-Free platforms like Itch.io, GOG.com or Playism.
Next for my suggestions, could you add a couple of options regarding running? The options would be:
Run by double tapping a direction On/Off (this would allow disabling the double tap option for players who may not like this)
Press and hold the run button to run On/Off (this would allow players to hold the button to run like they can in so many other games)
That's pretty much it really, I couldn't find anymore additions for such a great game. Looking forward to the full release.