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This game was only supposed to be a one year project after college. But one year turned to two years, and two years turned to three. Many compromises had to be made along the way. And after an uncountable numbers of hours of pain and struggle, I’m happy to say that my baby finally saw the light of day. If you’re also suffering from stress of development, stay strong. Focus on moving forward one step at a time; sometimes things will look bad before it can look good. Also consider getting a dog to keep your sanity intact (or dog walk for some spare cash and regular exercise)! :)
Android Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.PaperTinker.WandererofLifetimes
Looks really great! - I love the look of it and the concept is pretty unique, congrats on the release!
Very cool! The only thing I can say against it is the fact that you can see your mouse cursor when it's supposed to be a mobile game. I don't know how else to record but maybe the Unity Remote app would help?
Huh I never knew about Remote app . That would definitely have helped with recording clean footage. Thanks for sharing!
Paid releases are mostly dead on mobile, honestly you will get a ton more out of this by making it free + IAP and/or Ads. Even if its just one single IAP which is to buy "full version"
I'm considering perhaps adding a demo version of the game.
You could do that but honestly there is a sea of evidence out there to show paid applications on mobile do far worse than a free version with most of the content unlocked via a "full version" purchase. I suggest you do a little research on this as its silly to take 3 years on something and then not release it in the most profitable way
I would be more partial to that idea if I know of a good way of transitioning aready paid customers into the new payment model. Searching online hasn't yielded anything useful. Any ideas?
You would need to release a non paid version that has the IAP as a seperate app, or deprecate the old one and replace it. But lots of people have done that before, its definately doable!
Looks really good!