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  1. Game is now available to play on Web browsers! https://www.crazygames.com/game/tossed-bones Have fun!
  2. Bugs fixed. Looking for more feedback! Thanks.
  3. Hello everyone! I've released my adventure-action platformer game. I've worked on that game 5 months as a full-time solo developer (8-12 hours a day). I'm mainly a programmer but also I learnt pixel art, design and animations so that I did all stuff myself except musics and sound effects. I hope you'll have a great time... Any criticism is welcome. It is a game which is based on a love story. You need to avoid deadly traps and break many bones along the your journey to the your kidnapped love! Game is free, here is the Google Play link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.OCN.TossedBonesBL - Features: ♥ 16 handcrafted levels and 4 bosses. ♥ Pixel art style with rich environment. ♥ Collect as much as coin you can, and spend your hard-earned coins to upgrade your skills and weapons. ♥ Avoid deadly traps and obstacles. ♥ Use your "Dash" ability to break bones! ♥ Search through dark dungeons, castles and ivy based areas to find out treasures. ♥ Discover others' hidden stories.. ♥ A love based story. ♥ Challenging platforming experience which is exclusively designed for mobile devices. I really need your opinions. Have fun!
  4. If you're struggling with programming on the Unity (because it needs C# knowledge) then Game Maker Studio would be good choice for you but it still needs scripting language and YoYo Games developed their own scripting language which is called as a GML (Game Maker Language), you'll need to learn this and many people just saying it is very easy. In my opinion, nobody can suggest you best engine in the world because there isn't something like that. We can only explain those engines' features, pros-cons etc.. and you should decide which one is best for you. You can take some courses and then decide which one is best for you and your needs.
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