Windows only version - Here is a rough alpha version of the Starpocalypse game mode.This should not be taken as a final version, as this still has a lot of polishing to be done. Please report any bugs, or performance issues to me.
I understand this is a rough alpha build but I just want to say this anyway:
- It seems .m4a files aren't supported, correct?
- I would like the fuzziness of the ahead stars to be further out (it seems too close making the game look overall fuzzy...)
- A tutorial would be welcome in the future (obviously not needed in an alpha build ;))
Overall, pretty good game and it works quite well in all reality! I played a couple of Approaching Nirvana songs and another contemporary song and it was pretty chill! Can't wait to see more gamemodes :)
Thank you very much for your feedback, it is very much appreciated!
I can actually make one change and .m4a can be used. I only put in 3 file types I believe. The way the depth of field is working, it seems to be covering up the stars until they're in your face. I have been trying to fix that issue, but I may just end up doing as you're asking and push that line back a little bit. As for the tutorial, yes, I did have one planned once things were more set in stone. I don't want to have to reprogram it after all. ;P
Well cool! Sounds good. Also, is this game going to be free? I just voted for it on Steam Greenlight and I'm sure you haven't finalised how much it'd cost but I'm just curious ;) I like the experience and level system too :)
Sadly it will not be free, I have put in too much time. But the good news is it will be cheap. You can expect around $10. Not sure if you've checked the project on Kickstarter, but you can lock in 2 copies for $10 right now.
Well I think that's a reasonable price ;) I haven't checked out the Kickstarter, I only saw this game the other day on ModDB and I started tracking it right away ;)
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