I like th music it sounds peacful
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I like th music it sounds peacful
This game makes me feel really dumb im so confused when moving letters and knowing if we can spell left to right or have to go up to down or opposite ughh take this back to math games please lol
The initial tutorial was a bit confusing as it went by so fast. I was really lost, especially since I was unable to do the tutorial again! Once I did get into the game and figure it out, however, I had a lot of fun! Could use a little work on the onboarding process, as said before, could use some more juice (like make the word completions pop more and the transitions smoother), and make it more prevalent what column you have selected (yellow isn't bright enough, easy to lose track of current column when it gets fast).
A pop animation could be interesting! Even a custom column colour.
Actually I'm experimenting with other projects, but I'm going to update this.
Thanks for your feedback, FuturecopLGF!
Well, i'd say this game is decent. This may get boring after a while but it's decent.
Overall it's a creative idea to swap letters and make them words. At the right-up corner you can see what word you should create. The problem is that you can create multiple words using same letters (clam and calm, flow and wolf) so to get a pretty high score you must look at it.
Graphically this game is good to look at, i have no problems with it.
Overall this game gets 8/10 from me.
It's funny that the idea of the game was born after the title itself.
I was looking for an infinite puzzle game with chill sounds and graphics. It's a shame how I managed well the artistic aspect and less the gameplay, but I'm satisfied I've done it in two days.
If something should come to my mind, I might consider resuming the project and implementing something like obstacles or upgrades.
Glad you liked the idea and thank you for your feedback, LunarGD!
In terms of a finished project, 4.5/5. It has a clean, collected aesthetic, simple and tight programming, and with the exception of a few questionable control choices (one-button speed selection, etc.) it does what it set out to do. Good programming, good graphics.
As a game though, it's uhhhh....
I'm not sure where to draw the line between constructive criticism and just tearing this apart. The more I think about what makes it boring, the more I resent playing it in the first place.
One thing to think about is that falling puzzles can be a bit tricky for online play because your users have different hardware that results in different experiences. The core challenge is summed as "organization vs. time pressure" but if someone's laptop runs slow as hell, there's no time pressure left.
Even then, there really isn't anything rewarding about this game. I think I scored second place with 101 just because I was scared that I would have to replay the game to set a higher score after the 7th avatar. I could have done half that in one game at max speed, then lost the rest of the required games as fast as possible. Let me reiterate that: the bulk of your "missions" involve either solving a topologically identical puzzle dozens of times in a row, or to play the game as little as possible. The players are intrinsically rewarded for not playing your game. That's a pretty big red flag.
As for the scoreboard, I want you to know that it isn't a competition of patience (which implies a reward and/or eventual change), it's a competition of tolerance. It's a measuring stick to see how long people can put up with being bored. That isn't a competition that anyone should want to win, and encouraging such behavior is an act of evil.
So on one hand, great job on putting everything together, kudos to your presentation and execution. On the other hand, I hate this in ways that I cannot civilly express and I wish I never laid eyes on it. I was initially rating 2.5, but the Tankman icon for 1.5 matches my expression much closer.
Thank you for your time, norat!
I liked your review, nothing to complain about.
Discrepancy between the two types of missions is abysmal:
one require to play, one require to not play.
Perhaps, could the competition be saved by increasing maximum speed?