I enjoyed it. I feel like the time given isn't quite enough though. I would suggest either starting with more time or making each word add more time than the currently do. I think that'd make it better, or easier. I like it, though.
Thank you for the comment, the theme of the Ludum Dare competition that this was for was "10 Seconds" hence the main reason for the starting time.
This was an interesting "game" and I liked it overall. I say "game" because it's more like an interactive story, which is cool. The only qualms I have with this is that refreshing the page becomes a bit tiresome after a while, at least in my case, and I have problems with my internet connection, but I'm rambling. This was overall an interesting look at regret and identity. Not bad.
Not bad. The idea's been done before, I think, but it's a unique enough take on it to not seem too overdone. No real goal makes the game a bit boring after a while, and getting stuck between boxes is annoying, but overall, not bad. Nice music, too.
"Sketchy Sandbox" is aptly named. Right off the bat, a couple of typos on the loading screen, but it's all good; I'm a little lysdexic too. It's a bit difficult for me to critique a sandbox game like this, but I'll give you some pros and cons.
As for pros, sound is a good thing (even if it's just a click), entities are nice, too, and overall it gave me a good five minutes worth of distraction. Changing the physics is an interesting thing to try, so... half-kudos for trying gravity. I think.
As for cons, the jumping in relation to the gravity(?) kinda confused me; I wasn't sure if clicking the G buttons did much besides make the objects float a bit. One thing I really don't like is how the horizontal line piece is spawned at the upper left-hand corned; it threw me off when I tried to make any kind of structure. I thought the circles could have been a bit bigger, along with the small triangle, and the big triangle could be a bit smaller.
My biggest issue with this is that you have to click the icon every time to make an object; I would really have liked to just keep clicking to make the same thing instead of having to go back and click the icon every time. Otherwise, props for the effort, but I should spend more time playing than writing reviews. 2.5/5 rounded three 'cause I'm nice and I like sandboxes
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