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Great pack! Have been using parts of this for my Godot RPG game. Really like the terrain auto tiles as well as the buildings/environment. Can't wait to see future updates!

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Thank you! Feel free to suggest additional content ideas that would interest you

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i love it

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Thanks, glad you like it!

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I love these assets. I’m making an RPG with GBStudio using these:

https://lazydevs.itch.io/kensei

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Cool game project! The fights are difficult but overall it's promising.

Glad you like the assets and funny to see them in black and white ^^ we'll be adding new content soon, please let us know if there is something you might find useful.

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Thanks for checking it out! The trick is to find each enemy’s weakness (based on the action you choose vs what they did). If you can make them vulnerable you’ll take them out in one hit! 

Tried to replicate the danger of a real duel- each fight could be your last!

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Aaah I finally tried again and I was able to finish the demo, I had tried defense but I did not understand that it could be so useful, maybe you should have made it clearer at the start ? Anyway the concept of combat is interesting, I'm curious to see the different possible variations, and a little more challenging fights, overall the demo was really cool!

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Thanks! In the full game there will definitely be more of an introduction to the mechanics; since the demo is really short/easy once you figure out the twist, I left it to the player to learn from trial/error to sort of extend the demo's longevity. There's the Tanuki Tip that mentions defense but I think that's a little further into the island.

Definitely have a lot of enemy variation planned once you get off the demo island!
This game would never have been possible without this asset pack so I really appreciate you giving it a try!

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literally amazing! 

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Thank you!

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lovely work!

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Thanks!

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Using this to see if I can create a gameboy game, the 16x16 works really well for that. Really cool pack! Thanks!

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Thank you for using it! The game boy color rendering works great ^^

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Hey man really cool asset pack.

I will use this for my tutorial series. :D

There is just one problem

In the character and monster animations,

It's quite difficult to distinguish between the different animations(run walk etc)

Would have been cool if you separated up the sprites into individual animations.

Great asset pack anyways.

One of the best I have seen :)

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Thank you! we separated the animations in the last update

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thank you :D

Show post...

I might try this out on my computer

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Man, this asset pack is great for sure! I really love it. I want to use it in my Wowie Jam 3.0 jam game.

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Thanks, send me a link if you use it, I would be happy to see the game ^^

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I will indeed! I like that the pack contains everything you'd need for a small game: tileset, animated characters, UI icons - even item icons and a font! It's indeed an ASSET.

Also, is there a way I can contact you? Maybe, via e-mail or Discord?

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Hey there again! Since you asked, I'm sending you the link to the project: https://ivess.itch.io/failing-but-gaining

I hope you'll enjoy it!

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Thanks! I could test and it was cool, the gameplay with the bow is good, death buffs don't give any combat bonus right?

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Right, they don't. I thought of adding purchasable buffs of a duration of one life but didn't have the time to implement and balance it.

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Omg such a incredible asset pack! How log u have been working on this! I just love it, really polished and complete. Contratulations man!

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Thank you!

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These are beautiful! Thank you :D

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Thanks!

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Only a lil towards the goal, buuut hopefully helps a bit haha. Glad to support too aaand keep up the great work.

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Thanks! It definitely helps ^^

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Holy hell, a few hours later and the goals over half way haha. Noice.

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