BTW - are you planning Steam/GOG release?
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Mazes and monsters and mushrooms and flowers and witches and potions and eyeballs and tombstones and turners and dashers and grinders and slimers and bombs and bombs and bombs Plagued with the curse of autofire you roam the ways of Forget-Me-Not foreverin search of a cure for your beloved Please wake up...
(This is an arcade game for 1 or 2 players. An enhanced version of my 2011 Forget-Me-Not. Also available as part of the 2017 Fantastic Arcade Bundle, thanks to Juegos Rancheros crew!)
*** UPDATE 8/4/18 - version 3 ***
added a free/demo build called POND SKUM MODE
a standalone FMN variant
one regenerating maze which keeps leveling up
good for a quick blast!
worth grabbing even if you have the full game
also updated the full version: lots of minor look & feel tweaks, a couple different colour modes, bolt power level no longer resets upon death, some other little things for now...
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7 AUD. You will get access to the following files:
- build 3 + pondskum11 days ago
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nah.. i know those are popular but i don't really know much about them and i'm happy with just itch :)
I have one question - is it possible to reach the end of the game or it has only infinite mode?
only infinite for now.. though i'm planning on improving/extending the level-arc, and giving it something like an ending, eventually
Hi there! I tried running this on my laptop with ElementaryOS 0.4.1 (based on Ubuntu 16.04), and got a crash on start. Itch.io tech support reached out to me and told me this:
Looking at the logs, libGLEW.so.2.1 missing, and I don't think GLEW 2.1 is packaged by Ubuntu ( I wasn't able to find it).
I'd reach out to eryngi and let them know about this page: https://itch.io/docs/itch/integrating/platforms/linux.html - it explains how to ship the libraries you actually rely on with the game, rather than expecting them to be installed on the player's system.
Dunno how easy this would be to change for the Linux build, just passing on the info in case it helps. Thanks!