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OK now I got the beach ball ; never thought it could be used to knock swimmers ; thought it was to block their paths ...
Congratulation for the game atmosphere, a great vintage souvenir ...
(P.S. Have you tried the game on a 4k screen ? It lags. I don't know why).
tested 0.44 I still cannot figure the use of the beach ball ; I must be particularly dump.
Anyway, price scheme is still strange (here in France) : 2.49 Apple Store, 4,49 Google Play.
Quit frankly ... no.
I don't mind some puzzle elements to solve, but in that case there are simply no clues. Nodes states are hard to differenciate (are there any differenciation even ?), no tutorial, no explanation, no nothing.
Thanks ; I found that demo 0.44 is more responsive already.
By the way, is there a raison behind the price scheme (1.99 on Apple Store versus 3.49 on Android) ?
So is it released yet ?
What do we get from the Humble store ?
A Steam key or a DRM-free executable ?
Please could you point us to the itch.io page ? Thanks !
Would be interesting if top-down. I pass it as long as it is in perspective view. There is no serious reason to render a sokoban game in perspective view, with all the problems it introduces.
Where is it available ???
Sorry, will not buy on steam due to DRM.
Nice concept ; as of current version 0.40, it is not clear how to use the balloon. Also I find the commands (arrow keys) not being very responsive.
Where is it available . Windows store ?
Great beta !
Any DRM-free release ?
Where is it available ?
Where is it available ? no website ?
Thanks for the answer ; I gave a glance at the gameplay video and yes, it now looks more puzzle than speed play that's great. Thanks !
Hope beside Steam you also release it on a DRM-free, internet-free plateform such as ich.io, GOG or else.
Interesting and funny but IMHO the (pseudo-) 3D does not confere any better value than, say, Karoshi, to this game.
By the way, what happened to SubTerra II which was available on your website some years ago ? Has it been incorporated into the newest SuTerra version ?
Watching the Steam greenlight video it seems to me that the upcoming version is bending more towards Boulderdash or even Supaplex, while the old SubTerra was more on the puzzle side. I mean, action and speed versus brain thinking.
Is that true or a mere distortion of reality due to the low number of levels in the video ?
If this is true I will regret it ; AFAIAC I beleive the strenght of SubTerra was precisly a better balance than Boulderdash.
Since the author does not bother to advertise his/her own site : robotraps.com
Hi, I don't know if it's Wibdows 10 or what, but it is impossible to go fullscreen thus to have a proper contrast. Lights is so dim that even the slightest light outside the game kills the contrast, rendering the game unbplayable. Too bad.
Any progress since the september 2016 beta ?
Hi, where is it available ? Where is your website ?
Released 2016-01. Where is it available ?
Hi Damasius, I find the trailer engaging, fresh and again family-friendly, which is a value I cherish.
I must say I have downloaded each iteration since september but never was able to do anything with it. I must be dumb. No tutorial, no explanations, nothing. Well..
Hi, where is it available ?
Nice game ; my four children got immediatly hooked, spent a few hours on the sole demo it and its a success from that point of view.
It really needs an good microphone and a pair of headphones.
From an adult point of view, I question the ability to teach music that way ; notes names should be displayed either on the bats or on the tower ; it should be possible to switch from bats to real score. There should be a way to inject one's personnal scores (midi ?). Or to get upgrades.
The free trial gives access to the first 6 tracks ; the upgrade to the remaining 21 tracks is 9,99, which is a high fee for the value. The Windows version is 9,99, the Android is 5,49 go figure.
IMHO this is a good idea which is not developped to its full potential. I give it a 8.
Hi, this is a bit of a soliloquy...
Anyway for other readers here is the info : the Steam version is indeed DRM-free (baucht it and tested it myself).
Great game, really great family-friendly and clever game.