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Oct 24, 2013 | 3:37 PM EDT
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Author Comments

Haha! I made this game one night when i heard owls outside.

Its very short.

Its just an experiment. If you like it please vote below.

If it gets good votes i will make a full game out of it. :)

Thanks! -jj

Reviews


Hound8Hound8

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I died over 8 times without catching anything, until I learned to flap my wings. I hope I see more of this later.



MisterMoeMisterMoe

Rated 5 / 5 stars

What a funny little game :) I guess it would be great if you could enlarge it. Some more options to kill or... other predators to fight. Nice one !



CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This was a fun game, simple and atmospheric. Never knew landing on the ground would kill a bird, but it does add to the challenge. Fun part with the rats dragging away the owl of you die, it's survival of the fittest! Even though this is a simple idea, the atmosphere is pretty detailed, the moth flying around randomly, the crickets chirping, it's nice. Keep it going!

-cd-



MorgandoesminecraftMorgandoesminecraft

Rated 0 / 5 stars

i love this! especially the owl! but i do have a suggestion if you will: make a multiplayer? :) it would be a teamwork or battle! one could scare the mouse, and the other could catch it. also could you hmake it if you fell fast and diddn't slow your fall you'd die? but if you fell on the ground slowly you'd just land? just asking.


jjwallace responds:

Alright i will see what i can do. Why 0 stars?


TheAuthorHimselfTheAuthorHimself

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I had fun moment while chasing the mouse around the whole plain, and finally just as I was to grab him, I crashed straight into a wall over the mouse hole. It's a really good concept, I would like the logic behind mouse behavior to be a little clearer. For example that he panics when he hears wings flap, or when he sees me when I fly towards him etc. Also, the stupidest position when you just very slowly vertically fall downwards, while being in the middle of the screen, with your beak is up in the air, seems to work best, so maybe if the owl was forced to always glide.