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Kawaii Cat's Adventure

by XtremePrime - Jam Entry

You are Kawaii Cat!
You're on an adventure to bring gifts to all (current 1) villages and restore happiness to the land.

Each village accepts a specific type of resources gifted to them (Metals, Plants, Fruits, etc).

Unfortunately You are unable to pick the resources by yourself! You have to sell the "Magiberries" to each village in order to earn their shapeshifting ability which can be used to mine a specific set of resources!

* W A S D - Movement
* F - Shapeshift (once you have power [lightning])
* Space - Mine/Collect

Note: I'm sorry the game is so rough and barren. I had a lot of problems these days and I didn't manage to finish what I intended. But if you guys like the idea behind the game, I'll continue it <3

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Apr 19, 2016 @ 1:34am

That cat is so cute~ :3

BigBrother says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 1:56am

I really REALLY like everything about it, other than the fact that it has kind of been done before, but the spice/feeling you added to it completely canceled that con out! Nice job!

Ryusui says ...
Apr 20, 2016 @ 5:30am

It's a good start on an interesting premise. It's just disappointing there's so little to do. I like the idea of gathering resources which in turn gains you the ability to obtain other resources, and it's a good foundation for a much bigger, much more complex game. I hope you'll put some effort into making that game ;)

Pusty says ...
Apr 20, 2016 @ 8:00pm

Love the cat! :D

XtremePrime says ...
Apr 21, 2016 @ 4:23am

@Everyone: Thanks for the comments so far, I really appreciate all the feedback given!~

@Ryusui: Thank you, I myself am a bit disappointed I didn't get to add as many features as I liked in the game. I had this idea that multiple resources can be attributed to one city and based on favour, you can gift those new resources, but I just lacked the time because I had a super busy IRL weekend </3

Xinelu says ...
Apr 21, 2016 @ 5:27am

Kitty!!!!!! 5/5 :O

StrayCat says ...
May 6, 2016 @ 11:02pm

Good idea for a start!

I think it would help for the next time if you organize your time and scope for a simple single mechanic first before working on other things. A nice guide to keep in mind for your next jam:

Keep going and good luck! :)

StrayCat says ...
May 6, 2016 @ 11:04pm

Good idea for a start!

I think it would help for the next time if you organize your time and scope for a simple single mechanic first before working on other things. Finish the most basic single mechanic first, and then focus in polishing and adding other mechanics, HUDs, scores, etc.

Keep going and good luck! :)

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