Cute little game I enjoyed playing. Worked well on mobile too!
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Thank you for sharing! Whats crazy about this little demo is it plays a lot better than some other indie football games I have played that have been in development for years. The craziest part is you've done this in just a month. Can't wait to see what comes.
Thanks for participating in the jam krAaps! Unfortunately we can't consider Scratch a Fantasy Console. We're going to keep your game as an entry, but all future Scratch games will not be accepted. Sorry about that!
Hey thanks for the kind words! That's me. I'm a little confused though. TIC-80's has a pretty decent community outside of this forum. Between the new website for sharing our games (tic.computer), posting updates on Twitter, requesting features and reporting bugs on the GitHub page, as well as the two chat rooms there's definitely a community outside of this forum. The best way to keep up with what people are working on is Twitter I'd say. If your not on Twitter I'd definitely create an account and start following @tic_computer. We're using the hashtag #TIC80 so you can search and see the progress of people's work, it's great.
Also, both of my finished games are in the public collection for TIC-80 games, as well as on the website.
As far as Nesbox adding jetpac to the demos, I'd be honored!
- Are we allowed to update our games during voting? I see others are but doesn't that defeat the point of having the 72 hour limit? Very confused how that works. I'd like to continue development on my game and add features and fix bugs, but only if the jam allows it.
- Can anyone vote or only people who submitted a game for the jam?
- Will there be a Löve Jam 2? :D
I know it's a little short notice but alot more could get done in 72 hours with 2 people. If you wanna do the art I can do the code. Let me know if your interested ASAP! This will be my first jam.
After searching the web for some time, it seems that "data/data" folder on Android requires root to view and modify files from outside the app. Maybe TIC's read/write directory should be "/Android/data/com.nesbox.tic".
It doesn't seem to exist. I can search with any file manager and the folder "com.nesbox.tic" does not exist. If I go into "Android/data/" where all my other apps data is it is not in there as well. It's weird because if I save a cart then search for it in my file manager I can't find it. But I can load the cart again so I know they're saving somewhere.