[SUBMISSION] 202106 - Time, What is Time?

Sent by Tirifto <tirifto@posteo.cz> on Tue, 08 Jun 2021 00:08:44 +0000. Reply. Permanent link.
Hello!

Here’s my submission for this round of LibreJam! It’s a single-player,
role-playing, separative mystery adventure game, which may very well
have the potential to become a timeless classic!

Please see the attached file: ‘TWiT.tar.gz’. Everything you need ought
to be in there, or maybe everything you ought to need is in there!

Best of wishes
// Tirifto

P.S.: Sorry for the late entry; had to re-subscribe!
Type Size Filename
application/gzip 16.1KiB TWiT.tar.gz

Re: [SUBMISSION] 202106 - Time, What is Time?

Sent by Katherine Peeters <katherine.peeters@leagueh.xyz> on Wed, 09 Jun 2021 23:20:57 +0000. Reply. Permanent link.
The story is amusing ;D

Game would be at least somewhat nicer if it had some kind of score counter
showing, like, how many seconds you've kept up, or something!

Some minor suggestions for the source repo: Generally it's good to put the
source code inside a directory inside the tarball (as opposed to just having all
the files in the root of the archive like you've done), so that it doesn't,
y'know, spew files everywhere in my home directory when I extract it, haha. A
Makefile for compiling would also be handy.

Overall: 5/10
Theme: 7/10
Graphics: 7/10
Sound: 8/10

-- 

Katherine Peeters
Ottawa, ON
https://leagueh.xyz/u/katherine.peeters/

Re: [SUBMISSION] 202106 - Time, What is Time?

Sent by Tirifto <tirifto@posteo.cz> on Thu, 10 Jun 2021 14:58:09 +0000. Reply. Permanent link.
Le Wed,  9 Jun 2021 23:20:57 +0000 (UTC),
Katherine Peeters <katherine.peeters@leagueh.xyz> a écrit :

> The story is amusing ;D

Thank you, I’m glad you found the fun part of the game fun! ^ ^

> Game would be at least somewhat nicer if it had some kind of score
> counter showing, like, how many seconds you've kept up, or something!
> 
> Some minor suggestions for the source repo: Generally it's good to
> put the source code inside a directory inside the tarball (as opposed
> to just having all the files in the root of the archive like you've
> done), so that it doesn't, y'know, spew files everywhere in my home
> directory when I extract it, haha. A Makefile for compiling would
> also be handy.

Right, I’ll keep the directory in mind! My archiving tool automatically
creates new directories for exported files, so I don’t even realise.

Since I started late and ended up in a few dead ends along the way, it
ended up a bit too barebones… well, it would already have been
barebones in the first place, so… it ended up a bit baremarrows?
I’ll try to get more familiar with makefiles until next time, so I can
make the files to make the files in no time!

Regards
// Tirifto

Re: [SUBMISSION] 202106 - Time, What is Time?

Sent by Francesco Ariis <fa-ml@ariis.it> on Sun, 13 Jun 2021 14:05:59 +0000. Reply. Permanent link.
The README backstory had some quite funny lines and I have enjoyed
reading it. Clear presentation, build instructions and controls too
(dvorak compatible, nice!).
I did not immediately get the «goal» of the game (or rather I think
I got it but there was no immediate visual cue to remind me how much,
uhhh, time (how long) I was «on time».

Overall: 5/10
Theme: 8/10
Graphics: 6/10
Sound: 7/10

Re: [SUBMISSION] 202106 - Time, What is Time?

Sent by Rampoina <Rampoina@protonmail.com> on Sun, 20 Jun 2021 17:48:38 +0000. Reply. Permanent link.
Pros:
- The best separative game I've played
- Funny lore
- A working clock (if you make it work as a clock)
- A ticking sound to drive us crazy and in the darkness bind us.
Cons:
- No gameplay

Overall:

Overall: 5/10
Theme: 9/10
Graphics: 6/10
Sound: 10/10