[FREE][Windows] 2D platform action game - Genso

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  1. Wellington Piter Maria

    Jun 25, 2020
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    Hi, I´m a game developer student (Fatec-Americana, São Paulo, Brazil). I had to develop a piece of a game as a final project.
    I choose to develop a computer 2D platform action game.
    The graphic design was done in pixel art using photoshop, and as engine I choose unity 3D.
    I'm here to share my project so that I can receive feedback and improve it.
    This is a non-commercial game.

    The name of the game is genso and it is on itch.io


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    #1 Wellington Piter Maria, Jun 25, 2020
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  2. DarkGran

    DarkGran New Member

    Apr 14, 2020
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    Hey there. .)

    I tried it out and I liked it (eastern theme included), although the game is a bit difficult for me (I'm not much for "pixel-perfect jumps", I don't find such obstacles much fun, more like "frustrating"), so reaching the boss was quite a challenge. But I did! Did not figure out how to defeat the thing though. .)
    I do have some notes:
    1) It would be nice for the game to show keyboard controls as well (i dont have gamepad).
    2) After the game starts, the ESC does not seem to work (wanted to look again what the abilities do, also the game has to be quit through alt+F4).
    3) Alt+Tabing freezes the game.
    4) I'd appreciate if I could move the camera up/down when stationary (I know this feature is in some platformers), down would be very helpful in this level. (and at least there would be some use for those two keys .))

    Anyway, nice job!

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