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Pretty fun stuff!

I would love to see an expansion on the story of this! Admittedly, I saw the plot twist as soon as it popped up, and then the inevitability that came with it, but I still enjoyed it! I'll also admit that I had to read the comments to figure out how to get past the big alien, lol. But great job, nonetheless!

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I really enjoyed the atmosphere in this one, good work! Did a playthrough of it on my channel :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nn852lKnpRM

Thank you so much for playing and feedback! I'm glad you liked it!

wow, I could not get past that huge monster bitch... maybe im doing something wrong...

Hello, thanks for playing! I'm very happy to see a gameplay video!

Tip: Neila said, "you can use the crowbar to move a heavy object, maybe there is another way to get in the room". So look for some heavy object to move, try back in a few previous rooms

Good Luck!

Hey this is my favorite game from the entries that I've played. It looks like you used spine - did you buy the full version?

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Hello my friend, thank you so much. Spine is an amazing software (I'll try later, but the free version is very limited to test stuff), so I'm using spriter2d: https://brashmonkey.com/

Both are bone animation based.

Ah ok, I have spriter but never got around to trying it with libgdx. It looked like there was some setup involved...was it easy?

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It is easy to use it with libgdx, you only need to export your animation as a .png spritesheet (horizontal or/and vertical frames) and create an Animation with all frames, so in code just do a TextureRegion.split and fill the Animation with all frames, you can see my code here (line 176-186): Code

Hope it helps! ;D

I see, so you used spriter but it's just a normal libgdx animation and not a smoother interpolation between frames.