I did not care for this. There must have been some way to fix up the pipes to play this game better. I appreciate how it is kind of original. I don't think I've even ever had beer. There just didn't seem to be a lot of detail put into this. Wait, this was submitted on Clock Day and has over 100K views despite not having to do with it?
That's truly impressive, dude. You should have put some music in it. I guess the drawings themselves aren't that bad. It's just a game that doesn't come across as very rewarding. Maybe it's better drunk.
Like the idea, but a little wonky.
I liked the idea of the game, and I really wanted to have fun with it, but the game seems to give you more of the pieces you don't need than the pieces you do, forcing you to pile a bunch of useless pieces up at the bottom. Plus the pipes sometimes don't work for some reason when you use cross pieces. I tried replaying the game a couple of times in order to figure out what the rule was for determining whether or not crosspieces would work, but I can't figure out what it is.
Some things about the game need to be cleared up before I can properly enjoy it, I think.
Its a good game idea but the parts that I needed never showed up so I would have to pill everything at the bottom just to get whatever I needed. Sometime it would be pile 30 things to get 1. If your going to remake this atleast let the player decide what to use to widen the imagination of the paths they could make.
i became a brewer