Thanks! I'm glad you loved it!
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Well crap...I encountered an elusive bug and I'm having a hard time fixing it. I also need to do other stuff as well before releasing. Sorry, everyone, I'm gonna have to delay the release to tomorrow!
This has nice graphics, cool music, and a nice concept but the controls are somewhat clunky and it's preventing me from fully enjoying the game. For example, the jump button is sometimes not responsive and the jump height is not consistent. Anyways, I believe if the controls are fixed then this game would be very enjoyable :)
I develop my games that way as well and I get that appeal of making a game look and feel good. It is certainly a "top-down" approach to development but the instant visual feedback is awesome.
Probably one of the best games I played in this jam. The skill tree system, the animations, and the sound effects are amazing and there is a lot of polish for something that is still in development.
Pretty cool game! The charge drains a bit too fast which makes it somewhat difficult to beat but I understand you're still polishing the game. Also, the animations and the graphics are pleasing to look at.
I like it!
I don't think it's a good idea in the long run to keep your assets and codebase on your internal storage. Data corruption is pretty common.
There's good tutorials on YouTube about using GitHub. They're mostly 20 minutes long but it will save you a lifetime of pain.
If you find the command line stuff in GitHub difficult to use, then you can use GitHub Desktop instead. It's the GUI version of GitHub.
Hahaha that reminds me of Bennett Foddy's Getting Over It. Who knows? Maybe I'll add narration in the background to emphasize the pointlessness of the game or to talk about the glory of mashing your keys?
Thanks for the feedback and thank you for playing!
A strangely fun game which reminds me of the old Tamagotchi games I used to play and it also reminds me a bit of Undertale. I like the black-and-white graphics although it paired with the music gives off an eerie vibe. Anyways, I think you did a good job with this game!
This has an amazing soundtrack, however, I think the gameplay could definitely use some more work. Don't get me wrong, though, I very much like the concept and I think you could expand more upon it. Additionally, I echo the others' sentiments that I had much trouble finding the locations.
With all that said, though, good work and good luck on its development!
It's okay in its current stage. I understand this is still in development so I'll give some feedback. First, I find the movement too "slippery" so I suggest you tone that down. Second, I think you should make it so that the obstacles gradually increase in speed (like in that offline Dinosaur game). Good job anyways and I'm wishing you luck in its development :)
Thank you! I'm glad that the feedback and visuals are appreciated! Yes admittedly, there's not much to the game. It's just a remake of an old game of mine with much nicer visuals and cleaner code. Thanks for playing :D
Thanks for the feedback! I've been getting that a lot where people are confused what to do when starting the game. I'm adding a 'Help' section and implementing this other game mode that I initially discontinued in the next update :)
Thanks for playing!
Yes, you press keys to gain score. Sorry for not communicating it clearly and if it caused confusion. I'm working on an update so that the players can understand what the game is even about.
Anyways, thanks! I'm glad you liked it and I'll take your feedback into account of course.
I'm currently on Chapter 6.I must say, the graphics are really impressive! I really like Chapter 5 and how the arena gets smaller and smaller and that final attack is a challenge!
As for bugs, I did remember killing the Croissant guy only to get killed afterwards.It was a bit frustrating but I know this is still beta so I let it pass for now.
Great job, nonetheless. I'm recommending your game to my friends :)
Woah! This is a really impressive game! I like the battle system and it reminds me of Undertale and other bullet hell games. Keep it up, dude!
My one suggestion is that the character's movement seems a bit slow and I think you should increase it just a tiny bit. Also, the text is a bit difficult to read at times. Other than those, this game is very impressive considering it was done using pygame!
Impressive! I really like the isometric style and how you accomplished that with pygame. There were some moments that I am not a fan of like the backtracking part to get the coffee and the issues with the camera. Aside from those, I think the game is good!
Also, a tip: If you aren't using it, exclude numpy when compiling with PyInstaller. In the cmd, use --exclude-module=numpy line. Numpy takes up a lot of space and people aren't too keen about downloading games that have large file sizes.