Late reply, you can use it in a commercial game yes! Would appreciate a donation :)
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I'm using Ubuntu/Mint, so it might differ for you.
What I did is mark the game executable as an executable. In Mint that's right click -> in the menu check "mark as executable".
In case your Linux distro doesn't have that option, you can do it via the Terminal too: https://askubuntu.com/questions/229589/how-to-make-a-file-e-g-a-sh-script-executable-so-it-can-be-run-from-termina
I'm a 3D environment artist & game developer with a love for cute things. Living on the other side of the world GDC is always bit too much of an investment for me (I'm from Germany). I have yet to upload a game feat my cute 3D to itch.io (although I made one for "Meditations"). For now there are some cute, short 2D games you can play there:
P.S.: If you want to see more of my 3D art, you can take a look at my portfolio here: https://www.artstation.com/tinyworlds
I love the premise of a game about urban exploration - something I was missing too :) What exactly are you doing in the game right now? Not sure what to expect for the 15$ which would be a full-prize game.
Thank you, works like a charm! Such a happy, cute game :)
A little bug I found: after some time no more monsters spawned at the start. I guess there is maybe a limit of how many can be created or something?
"Day after day, in this desolate village, I take care of my dolls. They are my family. The people here wouldn't understand. But you're not like them.
If I tell you my secret… you won't be afraid."
Beautiful game with handmade watercolor art and a strong atmosphere :)