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Post » Mon Jul 08, 2013 4:36 pm

Please play this demo of my very first game made in construct.

www.burningcake.com/webdemo


After you played it please review it :)
And please notice this is the alpha version, it has bugs and its not even 5 percent finished.

You can also ask me everything you want :)burningcake2013-07-08 16:37:55
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Post » Mon Jul 08, 2013 4:50 pm

Hi @burningcake,

I've just tried the game, and it seems like you're off to a good start.

I like the look of the game. Nice addition of the double jump. I did find it difficult to reach some items (until I accidentally discovered you can jump upwards using the walls).

It may be worth adding a tutorial or some basic instructions to help users understand the controls. Otherwise, it all looks very nice.

Good luck with the project, I look forward to seeing more in the future.
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Post » Mon Jul 08, 2013 4:54 pm

@Blacksmith

Thanks for playing the demo, i think you are right with the basic instructions on how to play , but i want to test a different way.
SuperMeatBoy dev Edmund McMillen tells devs to show the player how the game works by "learning by doing" This means the player uses double jump to reach the places he needs to and his mind will save " to reach higher places i need double jump" i want to do this in my game too :D If you understood me and my english :D

Thank you for the nice words, i want to work on the player sprite the most but i think this has time :_)
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Post » Mon Jul 08, 2013 5:16 pm

@burningcake, I can see what you mean. It could make it much easier to remember things, when you "learn by doing".

Yes it can take some time to get your sprites looking just right. But if you end up with something you're proud of, and others enjoy, then it worth the extra time!

Hopefully we'll be able to see more of your game soon.Blacksmith2013-07-08 17:16:49
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