Thank you everyone who’s viewed and downloaded janitors day. it means the world knowing what I’m doing is being enjoyed.
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I’m actually interested in knowing what you didn’t like about the game. Though the comment was harsh it didn’t really give me things to improve on just like someone saying they like the game doesn’t give me an idea of what they exactly liked about it. I need feedback and constructive criticism to improve my work. Like if you hate the game that means you have a list of what you hate which means that’s a list of things I can improve on. the games on my itch are some of not only first games I’ve uploaded but first I’ve ever made in general. I’m in a place where every piece of feedback ‘that I take on board’ helps me so much. At this point I think I’m ranting ??? But the moral of the story is the more feedback I get the better The games I make will be. This hasn’t made me less proud of my game. It’s actually given me an insight to how I’m going to respond to criticism in the future. And also thank you TulipGames for standing up for us students.
Hey :) thank you for the feedback. The game was made over like 5 weeks but that was while balancing other subjects at uni too, so i never got to finish the game how i would have wanted it. It seems that people sorta like it but want to see more, i never expected that. I was just going through and uploading all my old games, now i realise that with a few more weeks of work this could have actually been something pretty cool. Also yes all the assets are custom made because thats what i was being graded on. and when i made the game i was in a really naive place when it came to game design. all i wanted was things to be pretty and the narrative and experience came second and thats like the opposite of what horror should be. any way enough rambling :) thank you again for taking the time to play and give much useful feedback.
Hey :) thank you so much for playing. Also thank you for the feedback, only having 5 ish weeks to complete the game made having other people play test it a little difficult. So it’s always great to know what to do better next time :)