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This is the kind of puzzle game I really like and could play for a long while if there was more shapes and/or levels! :)
One thing I would have preferred is, that rotate button would have been the same is in normal Tetris.
But for your own sake, add at least one screenshot of the game as a cover image. You will get more ratings and plays, and who doesn't want that! ;)
EDIT: Working on making the games itch page look better does not count into dev time in case you was not aware! :)
I got 212 points.
Nice twist on Mario Bros. And the negative feedback loop I think was pretty well implemented also.
Only thing I would have done differently is the controls, I would prefer to use Up/Down arrows rather than keys 1, 2 and 3. Or maybe using something like keys W, S and X to get the controls aligned with what happens on screen!
I did a quick search and found this tutorial that shows how to enable and set Stereo Mix as default in Windows 8. It's only 26sec long so it's straight to the point!
Hope it helps!
And yeah this program is far from perfect, I mostly just made it for fun and some seemed interested in using it so I made it available for anyone to use. :)
Game seemed a bit broken, enemies not always attacking and sometime running into the lakes.
But on the positive side you have very nice graphics and game was fun when it wanted to work! :)
Didn't have time to implement all I wanted in the game I was working on either. :3
Well made for being your first jam! And almost everything interactable!
Didn't like the movement but I see it has already been discussed. But can't expect everything to be perfect for jam game! :)
Amazing how you 2 made all this in 48h!
That art is very lovely and gameplay pretty good. But it was not so obvious how the combat system worked until I saw how the enemies did it.
Only one bug I had problem with (web version) was after a combat the player was unable to move and I had to end the turn for it to move on.
But great work you 2! :)
Like the easy to understand gameplay, the ui for buttons is easy to understand for player1, but was a bit confused what N1 and N2 for player 2 was for a moment. (Could only play it alone right now but opened the 2 player mode acidentaly.)
I like the style of the graphics and models, and the happy upbeat music makes it even more enjoyable! :)
If you want each member in the team to be listed as contributor you all need a account each.
Then when one of you upload it you can add the other users as Admins to the game.
Check this thread for detailed instructions: https://itch.io/jam/open-jam-2018/topic/312173/how-do-i-add-a-collaborator-to-a-submitted-project
Hope that helps anyone confused! :)
Really love this game, although I would like the controls to be improved a bit. Like you could use Left/Right arrow to change direction while on ground.
But other than that it's maybe my favorite Trijam game (of all Trijams)! :D