Feedback for a Hyper Casual Game

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by DemetrioBianchi, Aug 28, 2019.

  1. DemetrioBianchi

    DemetrioBianchi New Member

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    Hello how are I looking for your feedbacks and votes for a game I developed with my team for a gamejam. The game is called Crazy Elevator and is competing for a place for the national stage here in Brazil so if you give us any feedback that will help us improve the game and giving us votes so we can take the game in the best possible way to the national we grew a lot.

    We are extremely new to Hyper Casual game and the game is still having updates being implemented.

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    Link for game:
    https://gamejolt.com/games/crazyelevator/430994

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  2. elvis89

    elvis89 New Member

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    After playing crazy elevator which reminds me of the classic arcade game called Tapper in terms of using tactical gameplay to move up and down to service the characters. Here are my suggestions to help improve your game. The first suggestion is to added a timer set at 60 seconds per level. The next suggestion when game over occurs by having the player lose at least three people that miss the elevator and fall to the ground. The last is add an indication like a bell when you successful receive an character within an elevator.
     
    #2 elvis89, Oct 13, 2019
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