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Looks like a reasonable range of actions for a single button. Are you aiming for greater accessibility, or just trying to keep the design simple?

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12 hours ago, jbadams said:

Looks like a reasonable range of actions for a single button. Are you aiming for greater accessibility, or just trying to keep the design simple?

Our goal was o make simple and difernet controls. It was not that easy (normally player has like 200 lines of code for movement and our has 800 +) but effect is interesting, easy to learn, but hard to master ;) 

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