Kicipuzzle - beta

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Post » Sun Jan 15, 2017 12:51 pm

Hi! I just want to show you my first (almost) complete construct2 creation. I create this game to promote my very talented girlfriend and her soft pastel drawings. Links in game does not work but if someone is interrested I can send a link to her site on facebook. Just send me a message (I'm not sure if I could post this link here...). Or You can search for "Aleksandra Sip - artistic works".
In next version I'm planning to add:
*some more drawings
*"Awesome!!!" text should show when you reach goal.
*drag and drop mode
*decrease difficulty level because first tests showed me it could be to high for some players.
*button to speed up puzzle moving on start of level
*maybe some game instructions (personally I think this isnt necessary but I dont know what players say)

Please, play some and tell me what you think.
https://www.scirra.com/arcade/puzzle-ga ... 13993?cp=2
P.S. To unlock next levels you must complete previous on challenge mode
P.S.2 If you dont complete stage in 5 minutes a hint button will show
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Post » Mon Jan 16, 2017 9:56 pm

Hi! First, I think the drawings are great. Especially level1 looks sooo realistic!
My first thought when I saw the puzzling process was: NOOOO way I can do this. BUT, it was actually quite doable. It took me 5 minutes, which is ok.
I think it's a cool idea to combine both of your hobbies. You seem to make a good team ;-).
I don't think you need instructions, but a small version of the picture would be nice, sometimes I almost felt lost within the puzzle. Or maybe you could add the option to take a look at the result for a moment and then go on.
Thumps up!
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Post » Wed Jan 18, 2017 4:07 pm

Wow, first comment! Hooray! :D Thank you for playing and your kind words. And did you use Hint button that shows after 5 minutes from start? Do you think it helps a little? (I hope yes :) )
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Post » Wed Jan 18, 2017 4:46 pm

I like it. It's a fun and refreshing take on the classic puzzle type games.
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