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Stephen Dunn

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Awesome man, a lot here for just 3 hours!

Hey! Awesome portal, I used it in a game tutorial and mentioned the link, I hope this is okay

Awesome, the music was amazing, and contrasted heavy to the difficulity! I really struggled but managed to beat it :D

Here from your youtube channel! This was pretty awesome considering how new to godot you are.

I've done a few one hour game jams too, this is great work for just 1 hour!

Kinda strangly addictive :D

Really enjoyed this, and just a MASSIVE thank you for the code, I wanna know how you did the planets and walking around them, but see the source code is here to learn! Just fantastic :)

Awesome thank you, I'm only asking as I do tutorials, though the screen transition is really nice, that I'm interested in, is it a shader?

This is so awesome this was made in GODOT!! Would you be cool with releasing the source code at all? I only ask as Godot Devs tend to do this.

There is clearly a lot of quality work here.
My main issue is it's really hard to understand how to do successful jumps, I managed 112m after many many tries and having to experiment. It would be nice if it had a tutorial, like a video showing mouse movement and the player character reacting, I really wanna get into this game.
Congrats on the sheer quality :)

Really good entry mate, love the blood, art on per usual for you! My best part was that the gun takes time to catch up to the mouse, this makes it more of a skill game, than simply clicking on an enemy. Killed well over 500 helpers :D

Really good entry mate, love the blood, art on per usual for you! My best part was that the gun takes time to catch up to the mouse, this makes it more of a skill game, than simply clicking on an enemy. Killed well over 500 helpers :D

My game 0.211 hahah best round 10

This i really amazing, I'd also say this is like one of the best Youtube/twitch type of games for people watch being played, because it makes you hold your breathe and make crazy sounds!
It's really well put together, I cannot believe this is your FIRST ever jam! Hit it outside the park mate, well done!
Would like to see this extended with "Hardcore mode(this level)" and "medium" with continues haha

Really cool game, the art and music were spot on! I like the idea and I generally had distrust of the narrator telling me certain things which made me laugh :D

The music and sounds on this are brilliant. So much work! I really enjoyed playing it! Well done :D

How did you get game maker to do this?

Did you manage to make this, while at the same time working on GM48?! If so, wow my man, you're a beast :D

I was like dirty as hell, then he asked for a return of favor and I was like ewww that's gay man.

Hey a nice simple addition! I like the controls, I had to look them up though, if you could include them at the start of the game (just use mouse scroll) this would have saved users from having to guess as they aren't obvious!
I like the art style, the gameplay is simple but hard, I got 8 fish, I tried short scrolls, long scrolls and found neither improved my performance, I wonder if I could increase my scroll speed in windows to cheat ;) hehe
I like the music in the background, nice and relaxing!

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Hey, I got round to making a small commented project using your sprites, the link is here I also credited you on the page as well as a link to this project :) I hope this is okay?

Not a problem, I've just made an 8 directional walk system using these sprite sheets, it works well, I had to reorder some sprites to get the walk animation looking right with game maker, I'm no artist, just a number crunching coder :)

Hey cool work, just one minor thing, to make these sprites easier to use, you forgot to mention the spriteSheet title numbers, for anyone downloading this, you want to use 22 pixels across and 40 down across 4 images (in game maker though should work unity or else where)
Thank you for releasing these!

Not a problem, honestly thought for your first game, this is great, I normally would tell people not to try something this advanced for there first game, as they tend to find the scope too large and get nothing done. Seriously you should have seen my first ever game! You said Engine? What are you working in ? GameMaker? Unity3d? etc?

Cool game man, I most liked the tutorial as you advanced the game shown you more buttons as you approached situations that need them. Cleverly done :)