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You are a cultist that is trying to summon a demon, over time your insanity goes further, and in the end, you are the last sacrifice to the fictional demon since I don't have time for the jam I am giving this idea out!
I know I'm not in the jam but I did this every day for the past 2 jams. failing to finish the last jam and not being able to do this jam has made me sad, so I will be doing my best next jam!
so there is this thing, called logging in an account into construct 3. that gives you 50 events and that's more than 25. also, look on my page all the things on it(other than a mod for a game) were made with 25-50 events. mostly less
Many things I learned are from accidents. Some things are when I open a project and just go ham to try to do that thing. Art on the other hand is the hardest part for me. Other than the animation process, it is something I struggle with. Exploring hand drawing would be fun. Maybe you could make a Paper background for the black and white so it looks like it's a piece of paper?
Hello kkairos, all of these goals are very good! Judging by your positive attitude you will be very active in the game dev community. I did a quick look at your games, didn't play any but judging from the art the game will probably look good. Just a reminder, allows have fun. If you are working hard and not having fun then put what you're working on aside for a bit and work on something else.
I have participated in 2 MVM game jams, both were really fun experiences. I have learned so much from them and I would love to hear about your reason to join. Mine is the community, everyone I have met during these jams is nice. They all love showing off progress and hearing mine.
ok then, I learned how to make doors, boxes with physics, better pixel art, better cameras, save and loading system, and much more! how about you? edit:this is all with free construct, making it much harder to do most of this without getting a "you need to pay to use this thing" message