Featured BRIGHTSIDE - An innovative puzzle game

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Alpacka, Jun 26, 2019.

  1. Alpacka

    Alpacka New Member

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    Hi everyone !


    After landing in first position on the 8Bit to infinity jam (Thanks to everyone who participated), we've decided to start the full developpement of our game Brightside. Starting with a new demo with less bugs and a better experience overall.

    LINK: https://alpacka.itch.io/brightside







    We are super excited to work on the project and we would like you to join us on this new adventure.

    We are looking foward to all the comments and ideas that you have to share.

    Game URL: https://alpacka.itch.io/brightside
    System Requirements: Windows and Mac
    Feedback Details: Pretty mush every thing that could help me make my game better for everyone.
    Known Issues: No bug that i know, but need improvement on mouvement.

    Thanks a lot and see you later ;)
     
    #1 Alpacka, Jun 26, 2019
    Last edited: Jun 26, 2019
  2. elvis89

    elvis89 New Member

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    After playing your game give the gameplay of being challenging, but unique. It reminds me of Yoshi island for the Super NES for mostly the art style. My main feedback is the light which is challenging when moving the mouse for the light to shine on the key, platform or door while moving the character to navigate the level with the keyboard. Maybe have the light follow you when jump on the spot light that setup a timer of 15 seconds while continue having the scene switch from light to dark to find and locate the platform, door and key. If the timer is up is when the spot light revert back to the original place as you have to jump in the spotlight to start the level over again until it's complete.
     
    #2 elvis89, Oct 12, 2019
    Last edited: Oct 15, 2019 at 12:33 PM

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