This is as cute as heck. It reminds me a lot of early home computer games, and as an unrepentant, unashamed dragon grognard I couldn't resist this adventure of a hapless, precious little scaly baby in a onesie.
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Hello! I really enjoyed your game, it was super adorable and looked awesome as well as just damn fun to play (even though I was reduced to a common tourist ;D ) I made a let's play of your game here~
This is terrific, thank you! :D Glad you had fun, even if it took a little adjusting. There really should be a difficulty level in between Tourist and Adventurer -- I'm not sure if there's room in the cart for it but I'll take another peek and see if I can find it, you're definitely not the first person who would've liked it, haha.
It looks like it says "PRESS 0 TO START" but it's a C. I know my eyesight isn't great but I can't see how it looks like a C :(
Actually, it's even weirder. the instructions say:
- Move with arrow keys, breathe fire by holding Z, and befriend a royal immediately in front of you with X.
But for me either Z or C do befriending and X does the fire.
(Chrome on Win 10)
Oh, Z, C and N all do befriending and game starting
X, V and N does flaming.
The "O" is because the buttons on the virtual Pico-8 console are O/X, which are mapped to Z/X, C/V, and N/M when playing on a computer. It is a bit confusing outside of Pico-8 (like here in an embedded web player).
Indeed. This is why I always mix it up; I'm not choosing or thinking about them especially. :P I'm pretty much determined that next time I'll just put the letters in the game, though, or perhaps both. It annoys Pico-8 folks but that seems worth it in order to make it so other people can figure out how to play!