HAPPY CHALLAH DAYS!
Enjoy this light, multi-day adventure game about making challah bread for Hanukkah! Each piece of the game will unlock as Hanukkah unfolds in the real world, so come back during the next week to continue the adventure!
LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN to move around (walk into things to interact)
X to skip or close dialog boxes
Z to see inventory
Intro Graphic: 2DArray
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Nice work @MBoffin! Although I started playing before reading the description so I didn't realize there is a IRL time aspect to it, and was banging my head against the wall for a while (literally, in game).
Might want to put something in game to explain that you have to come back each day :D
heh true. I think a little metallic 'chink' sound effect as they pop in and out would have helped a little?
Part of the issue could have been my keyboard though. I'm using a laptop where they decided those dumb 'big left/right, itty-bitty up/down on top of each other in the middle' style cursor keys were a smart way to go.
other feedback -- the instant cell-based movement
and all the cute characters/dialogue reminds me a lot of Bitsy. I'd like to play more games in this style.
I'm hoping people enjoy it and keep coming back day after day. I definitely plan to!
Thanks! Yeah, the spikes used to have a sound originally (and the button-activated ones still do), so I think it's a bug.
Funny that you mention Bitsy. My next upcoming PICO-8 zine has a tutorial for making a simple adventure game in 10 steps. This advent game is basically just a modified/extended version of that tutorial. The tutorial game is very easy for brand new game devs to modify and really make their own, much like Bitsy. I was heavily inspired by the simplicity of Bitsy and how people made SO MANY different types of games with such a simple initial ruleset. So, yes, there's good reason you see a similarity. :D
Here's a Twitter thread I posted a few months back about the new tutorial. Each of the gifs posted uses the same code.
I will make a walkthrough in ROT-13. Will work on it.
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Found a bug. After I had the doughnut but before I finished the maze, I talked to the berry woman and she gave me berries again, making the doughnut invisible in my inventory. Fortunately when I got through the maze I was still able to give a doughnut, but it seems I can also give the berries, and get the jam. Don't know what'll happen if I go for a second doughnut.
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