Sure! (Sorry, I dont check here often, but I'll try and keep an eye open the next couple days and play if I see you)
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I've never done a jam on itch.io, so I don't know how the topics are given.
Is A) "isolation" the topic, or is B) "Isolation" the name of this jam, and the topic will be given once the jam starts?
The zip you downloaded contained a ReadMe.txt. You have to do two things. 1)port forward 25565, and 2) right click the exe that launches the game and make a shortcut. Modify the windows parameters by adding "-server" to the end.
OMG! You've made my day! No one has ever done a game play video of something I've made! Thank you so much! I hope you're happy to know I'm already in the works of giving the game a 2 player co-op capability. The good kind of co-op: Online functionality! (NAT Punchthrough and LAN) port forward capable))
Adding between round objectives is a great idea, thanks! The only objective at the moment is available at round 25, sort of an easter egg. It goes get repetitive and I should add more content to fix that. Thanks for the ideas :)
Well nice work, Ive opened stuff in dotPeek, etc. I could never get it into a writable format, though. I always had it in a form where its showing machine operations. But thank you for the reply, I just think its so cool that you went back and added something the devs said they wouldn't add because its too much for a small team.
How did you modify this to add multiplayer? Like, how did you even reverse engineer the project to a format that you could add networking? I'm super interested in specifics, I think its really neat! Plz reply, demon :)
Amazing. I got stuck at the room with an insane amount of enemies though. I killed them all and couldn't figure out where to go.... both of the doors were red. Anyway, incredible game! I loved it, cant wait for more!
Apart from the ear rape I experienced at the first 2 block deep hole, great project! The 45 degree camera angle makes arrow key movement feel a bit off. If you were to rotate the camera like 15 degrees counter-clockwise, I think it would make moving feel a bit better.