A few words on my entry, Encaged TowerWell, this is the end of another Pyweek. Congratulations to everyone who finished!
Overall, I wasn't very excited this Pyweek. I usually like to use Pyweek as a playground for experimenting with ideas (even though sometimes it fails and I end up not showing them), but this time I wasn't very inspired and just made a game that's somewhat more standard. At a point, it felt more like I just wanted to finish it. My original idea was interesting enough, but it didn't work out for the reasons I pointed out in my last post.
Despite everything, I am satisfied with how my entry turned out in the end since it does do something I liked that is mixing find-the-odd-one-out with action, even though there's still the feeling that I could have done something more interesting to play. And, well, it's always nice to finish a Pyweek.
I also hope my game is fun. As usual, I rushed through it in the last few hours and didn't have time to test much (this also means the game is a little buggy). I hope it's not too hard, but I did manage to beat it. It gets quite hard towards the end.
Anyway, I'm looking forward to your comments.
PS: Encaged Tower is such a strange name, right? That's what you get when you think of the name in the last minutes of the challenge.