EvanGreenwood said:I hope all that leveling up means that development will go smoother for you this time!
EvanGreenwood said:Are the images on Steam indicative of the "more stylized" visual direction?
EvanGreenwood said:When you have some of the core mechanics, it might be useful to test them somehow. Maybe a beta branch on Steam, or something like that? (I'm not sure what your plan is).
EvanGreenwood said:If you are doing some testing of the mechanics (after what you name "Stage 1") you should probably put it on your Trello list as one of your tasks. I say this because it's easy to think about testing and getting feedback as tasks that just delay you getting to the development of the game, but testing and feedback are important and necessary steps and can take a long time, so it's better to write it down so you have something to tick off when you've done them (and get the motivation boost from working towards that goal).
Kulu said:Hi . Im pretty new to your game, and Im pretty new to indie game dev, absolutly zero experience!!. I am constantly being blown away by SA talent. keep going man!!!!!! Seems like the online sharks had a go at your game, which I've come to expect. BUT take a look at people who want to play your game. they usually are the ones the game is made for , in the first place , and they will give you feedback without the "flame" in their eyes . "chin up" and "keep trucking" !!!
Fengol said:I was thinking about this game the other day! I'm so glad you're still working on it.