Well, I just want people to play the game and see if they have fun :D. I have invested a month into making this, and with a total of 30mins of gameplay time, voice acting, decent mechanics and quite a few new ones, and information about supernatural creatures I honestly think this is a good game. I have got my friends to get their friends to play it and most of them enjoy it and almost finish it(And they don’t know me so I assume it isn’t biased), so I just don’t see why only 2 people would play it and comment.
And also, even though what you said about most games lacking originality is true, all of the games that deserve praise like torukunsamas project, BluePrintRandoms, abc123s, don’t get many comments. Even the commercial games that manage to sell decently don’t get much, and that is like the epitome of an indie game developers dream. I just find it confusing…
Also, I’m not sure if it was directed at me, but I put quite a bit of work into the models and textures to make them look decent. I know that I can’t create photorealistic people so instead of trying and failing I put all my effort into creating a fairly consistent art style. The models look pretty good and the textures of the Manticore and Wendigo look pretty good(Although the Vampyre needs a bit of work seeing how I made that earlier in development when I wasn’t as good at texturing).
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Anyway, an update:
I managed to get third place in the competition, so yay!
Anyway, Im working on another competition entry for gamejolt, so yeah.
Edit: Just one more thing
Btw, its actually harder to make a cartoony style than realistic. With realistic you can just slap any texture on a lowpoly model and it will look rather good, when with cartoony that isn’t true. I put more effort texturing this game than any of my others even though they may look better.