PyWeek - Latitude XI - feedback

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4 5 5

Killer concept, great controls, and solid tie in to the theme. Level editor is excellent as

3 3 2

Nice to see this old-school mechanic done in 3D.

4 4 3

well done

3 3 4

OK puzzle game. I disliked the real-time aspect of needing to remove and replace mirrors given
the controls available, but the idea as promise.

Production was a bit sparse.

4 4 5

Cool, stylized puzzle game with a timing component. I got as far as Maze but ISTR that's
impossible. That's cool, I still had a good time.

3 4 4

Good game. Great levels. Good job with the 3D.

4 4 4

I'm not very good at this game, but I appreciate it. :)

2 3 2

Had to remove the fullscreen to avoid crash on windows.

4 4 3

I think maybe there should be a button to remove the last placed mirror and put it back in your
inventory. This was a cool game but it was a little too frenetic for the thought involved. I also
think it was pretty hard to play on anything with a touch pad. Nice incorporation of the theme
and nice game overall. Good stuff.

5 4 3

something already seen but very fun, compliments!

2 5 3

I really liked the game idea and production, but it turned out to be a bit more complicated then I
thought. Maybe I just suck at puzzles. Great production values, very slick! Definitely going
to look over the code.

4 3 3

Very nice puzzle game. Reminds me of Deflektor and Mirror Magic, well done! I miss some music,
and the graphics are pretty basic, but the mechanics are solid.

3 4 3

Cute little game, I spent a while playing it. Added a point to production for the level editor -
nice touch.

3 4 3

I didn't even realize you could zoom at first. Not that I really needed to, but it does add to to
the visual appeal.

4 4 4

This is a well constructed game and the code doesn't look very much like Perl at all. :-)

The level editor was a really nice touch. I found some of the levels a bit too fast-paced, but I
could definitely enjoy a more puzzle-oriented level set.

If the evil unwinnable maze level at end isn't a masterful troll, you should probably playtest
your levels a bit more next time.

1 1 1 yes

python rendered a fullscreen black window with nothing. Left if for 10 minutes to
make sure. Ran it with both python3.x and python2.x in Ubuntu 14.04. No traceback was given.
Had to kill hte process with tty. versions: $ python Python 2.7.6 (default, Mar 22 2014,
22:59:56) [GCC 4.8.2] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more
information. >>> import pyglet >>> pyglet.version '1.1.4' >>>

3 4 3

Nice production values. Nice solid game.

3 3 3

I've seen this sort of gameplay before, and, while nothing was especially polished, it was a
good game.