Your pack is really excellent. Well done!
I used it to make this Ludum Dare game and it’s easy to use and looks great!
Thanks for your awesome work!
There is version 1.0.2 which is available in the link of this post or on the game page. You can download it and replace the version 1.0.1 installed on your computer. It will keep your backup.
Yes sorry about that, I’m not on Linux and I don’t know enough about it to do a build. Someone mentions here https://steamcommunity.com/app/1766390/discussions/0/3276939184050666246/ that it works on the Steam Deck so I figure it might work on Linux? I’m not sure.
Edit: It does not seem playable on Ubuntu :/ https://steamcommunity.com/app/1766390/discussions/0/3276939184065068744/
For those who never got to try out the Itch.io Game Jam version, here’s a link! Over 90,000 players have now tried out the game and I decided I’d take the project a step further by expanding the game (a lot!) and bringing it to Kickstarter.
After one week, the project is almost 400% funded and has nearly 100 backers! Just shows the power of the Itch community!
Check out the Kickstarter here!
For those who are unaware, Forward is a bitesized card-based roguelike in which you must face a series of dungeons to escape the Fold! You pick up health, mana, armour and objects to help you defeat the cruel ennemies that will fight you. Discover the Itch game to discover more!
As you can see, in this new version, I have updated most of the monsters from the Itch version
Here you can see the mini-stories I have introduced
As of right now I’m focusing my efforts on the Kickstarter! As every backer will take part in a play test where I’ll gather feedback - but any help sharing the project to others is always welcome! And most importantly, thank you :)
Yes, I will make an update detailing how the money will be spent! What I really wanted to underline is that the game is in a late stage of development and thus the money I am asking for is not to develop the game!
Exactly! I have also encountered many games that suffer from sluggish progression systems and can easily kill the fun of the game. Forward is also the perfect game to offer different playstyles.