PyWeek - Tee - feedback
Wow, what a great idea! Some minor kinks in the implementation as you noted but overall it works well. The game is short but the puzzles do a good job of hitting the essentials.
Holy crap I loved the two games and the connection between them: that was super next level :) ... at first I thought it was really cool you had twin games (I still remember pokemon red and blue on the gameboy :) ), and I was very suspicious that I managed to finish each of them, as I'm so used to not being able to get right to the end of some of your more devious puzzle games ... when I started both up together I was just blown away by this idea of the two games talking to each other! Super awesome :) ... also even in the "single" games, the puzzles were really fun and I love the use of music and the graphics are super cute and match the gameplay perfectly: great work!
Very intricate puzzle game. I like it.
How do you come up with such convoluted puzzles?
Thanks for your time.
I especially enjoyed being able to play both games in tandem!
Very novel idea, lots of layers and complexity with the gameplay! The graphics and music was fun as well.
Rather unique, amazing how the two interface together, really three, four? games in one.
This was a really good entry and interesting take on the theme with twin games. The game was short, but some of the levels were still challenging.
Hey, what's the big idea? While playing this my right hand started beating up my left hand! Red and blue were both a challenge, and I was grateful for the undo feature even if I couldn't undo every situation. I got a kick out of red and blue each calling the other evil. Entwined twins, mixing wordplay and game play. How you could merge those two games into one is beyond me. :splody_head:
Nice graphics, audio and game mechanics
Wonderful! I liked it) For the reds!)
Wow do I suck at this :P I really like the idea with the two separate games that play off against each other. I could definitely see some really cool narrative design with that. The puzzles were extremely difficult, at least for my poor brain, so I'm not sure I had a good time solving them. Very good effort nonetheless!
Very nice game.
Was very fun, but at the end the only difference in the real ending is the word 'real' at the end.
A cool concept, having two applications running at a time.