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TIGSource ForumsDeveloperPlaytestingSave Me Circles - Screensaver turned into a real-time puzzle
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« on: June 18, 2022, 09:52:09 AM »

[DIRECT DOWNLOAD FROM GITHUB] (Windows; 1920x1080 ideal)
- Use M to Mute Music.
- Use Arrows to jump between levels.

Hello everyone. :)

This little relaxing (for the most part) experiment has been growing for a while (you can read about it on github) and I still don't know where it's going - or where it should go. That's what you get when you start a project only as a thought exercise. But at least it looks like a game now, so I wanted to share - and, of course, maybe even get some feedback. :)

At this moment only a Windows release is available, however there is a mobile version "definitely planned"TM.

There are actually 20 levels right now, and while some are super fast, others take longer to finish, making the entire game able to kill an hour or even more - so maybe after the first few levels, just use arrows to jump forward a bit.
Many of the levels are not final anyway - it is still more of a prototype than a game, and it's purpose is to test the basic gameplay (eg. circle interactions) with some basic obstacles (a simple wall being one of them).

There are some rarely occuring bugs which I didn't get around to fixing yet but there's nothing that should break the game, so it should be ok.

So please try it out and let me know what you think about the gameplay. :) (I take comments on the visuals too, as I still have MUCH to learn there; and please forgive the music, I realize its a midi of the lowest quality, unfortunately I don't have the tools right now to make it sound better).

The original idea could also be summarized as "something to chill with". Does it still feel like that? Or is it too fast/hard? Which levels did you like the most? Do you think it's a good idea making a "slow barely-a-game thats trying to hypnotize you into a peaceful state of mind", or would you rather see this change its current direction and evolve into a full-blown "realtime-billiard-madness"? I'm interested in all the opinions, and I'll appreciate any comments. ;) :)

Thanks for reading. :)

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