Between Two Worlds is a 2D platformer game with adventure, science and mystery. You play as Mr. Quinn, an eccentric but hardworking scientist who gets stuck in a strange future world after his time machine breaks down. Quinn must find a way to travel back in time if he ever hopes to return to his home. Enter an unexplored world full of strange inhabitants, surprises and finally unravel the end to this amazing quest.Try it now : https://ghazia.itch.io/between-two-worlds
Played it for like a couple of minutes and man I enjoyed. Graphics were good, especially the menu, props for that. Gameplay was nice beside the thing I don't know what is was but my mouse flicked automatically to a certain direction. Then there were some minor issues which people before me mentioned very beautifully. Would love to see more of these from you, Good Luck.9 months ago
The fact that someone played my game makes me feel very happy, thank you for that.
After publishing the game, it came to my notice that Ctrl + D (crouching + strafing right) pops up the chrome's bookmark menu so I'll consider changing that.
The reason why shooting while jumping isn't a thing because I assumed that the protagonist being a scientist won't be good at gun skills + it would make the game fairly easy to conquer + I love challenging games :P
Btw, you can shoot while crouching. I purposefully added the robot dog thingy just to make the player learn about that skill (you crouch shoot to kill them), I guess you just jumped over them lol. Thanks for mentioning it, I'll fix that in the learning curve.
Props to you that you made it to the Boss Level (big yellow robot). It gets interesting once you enrage the boss and it evolves to be stronger and bigger, then you have to figure out how to tackle his moves and defeat him, I bet you'll the feel the emotion of defeating something big.
The game doesn't end there, it has more to it (multiple endings). I'll appreciate if you give it one more shot.
Please and Thank You.
JosueAC, thanks for playing. It fills up my heart up to the brim hearing that you liked it. Props to you that you defeated the Boss (big yellow robot). Most of my friends took around 60+ attempts to complete the game even after me helping them lol.
Thanks for the thoughtful and detailed suggestion too. That's one clever way to simplify the control scheme. I'll for sure implement it in my future projects.