## Tower Quest 0.10 [WIP]

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jonyzz
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### Tower Quest 0.10 [WIP]

Hi, here is a game I'm currently working on.

Tower Quest is a retro-themed puzzle game inspired by the NES classic Adventures of Lolo. Your goal is to collect diamonds in each level while moving other objects and avoiding enemies.

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             Keyboard         Joystick
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action      space bar        button 1
restart     R                button 3
save        S

tower-quest-0.10.love
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### Re: Tower Quest

It looks good, but I get an err on the intro cut-scene.
I altered your source to be able to report the err message.
Seems that you're passing args to math.random in the wrong order. minY is actually higher than maxY.
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### Re: Tower Quest

hey man, looks cool

the game crashes for me at the start though. the guy walks into the tower and the camera starts panning upwards and then it crashes.
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### Re: Tower Quest

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I got a random error even before manage to play. 0.8/osx combo.
jonyzz
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### Re: Tower Quest

Thanks for bugreports, I've just uploded fixed version.
Seems that you're passing args to math.random in the wrong order. minY is actually higher than maxY.
Good job, that was the problem. Strange that it worked on Linux well.

If anyone encounter a bug, please try to run the game with --debug-mode command line argument before sending bugreports. It will enable console and debug printouts.
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### Re: Tower Quest

Nice game!

It ran fine on my computer, the only thing that i would complain about is that the player moves in half "block" increments.

Great job!
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### Re: Tower Quest

Really nice. Screen transitions could be faster and either I'm stupid or level 3 is too hard.
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### Re: Tower Quest

Even that I don't like much sokoban puzzles your game seems quite nice. Congratulations!
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### Re: Tower Quest

This is neat. I agree that the level intros are too slow, and the third level should be used later on in the game.

It would be nice to have a delay or even an action button to press before moving barrels around. I often found myself accidentally pushing a crate, wrecking my whole solving of the puzzle and having to restart.
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### Re: Tower Quest

Thanks everyone for positive comments .
Nsmurf wrote:It ran fine on my computer, the only thing that i would complain about is that the player moves in half "block" increments.
I'll consider changing it to full-block movement.
adnzzzzZ wrote: ... Screen transitions could be faster...
Yeah, you're right. I'll lower it to 1 second.
Lafolie wrote:..the third level should be used later on in the game.
I'll probably switch levels 01-03 and 01-04, so the difficult level will be the last one on the 1st floor.
Lafolie wrote:It would be nice to have a delay or even an action button to press before moving barrels around. I often found myself accidentally pushing a crate, wrecking my whole solving of the puzzle and having to restart.
Good point, but I don't think adding another button is necessary, I'd like to keep controls simple. The "full-block movement" mentioned above could solve this problem.

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