These look insane! Looking forwards to more creatures in the future (Fingers crossed)
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Hi! Pretty great game overall, really impressed by the general aesthetic of the game. For improvements, I feel like a bulldozer feature where you can remove any of the structures you have placed would work much better then an undo button, since it can be frustrating when you have to reset the entire level because a structure you placed early on is in the wrong position.
Also, the blurring around the edges of the world looks great, but maybe tone it down a bit.
Overall though, it's a fun and unique take on the city builder genre, I look forwards to seeing what you come up with next!
Thanks for all the feedback on the game, don't worry about the mac thing, one of my colleagues has a mac from 2008, so it was a bit of an inside joke. Glad to hear the export works on mac though, since I didn't actually test it. Will check out your game when I have time, looks pretty impressive already.
Definitely agree that I should have added an aim assist mode to the shooting, I found that quite a few people struggled to hit the enemies. Also, the water was made using a simple shader that displaced the vectors, not that difficult but it requires learning an entire programming language (Which was a bit of a pain).
Next up I'm planning to work on a more open-world type game, though creating the backend for one isn't the easiest thing in the world.
Once again, thanks for the feedback, it's a huge help!
I've just finished developing my game "Krak'n Waka" and would really appreciate any feedback on it, took around 7 weeks. Since it's my first game, any feedback could go a long way to improve my future games.
You are lost in the middle of the ocean, only a gun and a waka to your name!
Fight and hunt your way back to land!
Destroy 2 unique bosses, plus fish in a new and different way (You Shoot 'em!)