Sploder, RPGmaker and those other game builders.... ugh.
I think it is much more rewarding, both for the player and the maker to actually make a game from scratch. There's no merit in using something pre-baked that millions before you tried. It's because the visual elements as well as the game engine is not original, but more importantly, you'll never learn anything great from game builders and if there are bugs in the game, you are likely incapable of fixing them.
I would've given you a higher score if it had been crude stickmen drawings, just because it would have been a sign that you made the game yourself. Game making is not just about level design and story writing. Don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong in using other assets and game engines, but I expect of you a minimum of work so that the end product isn't just a perfect clone.
As to the game itself, it's not entirely bad. But I've seen similar ones before and there's really nothing new. It's very short and there's no challenge. The plot while ridiculous - on purpose, I know - had serious potential, however that doesn't mean every aspect of the game should be vulgar, you made it that way in an attempt to be funny, I think? The level design is interesting, especially the village, but the bigger areas felt bland. Though, there are not many enemies to beat and there's nothing interesting to see.
no idea how you managed to find out what my secret attack move was in real life but 10/10 would fart on people again
they die from the smell
I wanted more game, but I guess it's a good start.
thanks love :D
I thought it was hilarious! Too short tho. Wanted the whole epic saga, hours of twerkingstopping gamelay ;)