I love the big long guy, very grateful for him. I'm sorry I killed him so much at first... I was scared
Isolation Station Annihilation
This is the second game for my "one game per month" project! This was a big one, I hope you enjoy it (warning: it was big, but this is not a long game).
You can support that endeavour here: https://www.patreon.com/stuffedwombat
Special thanks to Britt Brady for making the sound effects! Follow him on twitter & buy his games pls: https://twitter.com/Britt_t_Brady
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@Stuffed_Wombat, you are the best, this game is pure rad, but the pseudo-randomness of the dynamics in it, just brings me to frustration. It particularly shines when transitioning to another room and enemies jump out from behind the edge of visibility, without leaving the chance to ever be spot beforehand. It asks to be done something about.
The game is hard to access with the scroll-down puzzle already at the intro/credits, it may actually turn a lot of people off, suggesting the thing is broken.
yeah, i fucked up some of the bigger picture design with this one!
i dont rly have time to fix it rn tho :)
thanks for the feedback!!
The game is neat as a piece of art anyway. I guess what we do is like having pictures taken. It is a record of merits and flaws. I do understand you want to move doing some other projects, explore yourself. It is good though to mind that a puzzle making it harder to enter the game is unnecessarily the best idea, unless you want to actually turn some people away. Speaking of the enemies issue that I mentioned, the difficulty balance is always a dispute, but this time, the problem appears to dwell in the mechanics, I am afraid, which makes it a deeper kind of problem, associated with how the game is built in the first place.
This was quite difficult but so fun! The art style was great and the creatures you've created were very creepy and I didn't like how that long creature followed you around. All in all a great atmosphere with the music to really make you feel like you're lost in space :D
I don't know if you've heard of Game Development World Championship before (gdwc2019) but it's a competition for indie game developers where they can submit their games and it's free! It's great if you want some more visibility for the game and it only takes a couple of minutes to join :)
yo I liked the game but I didn't get the game and the control's were a bit funky
and hard except that I liked it