I really enjoyed the game, even in its unfinished state, to the point that I played it for multiple hours. But after looking around for a while, I couldn't really tell if you were planning on continuing work on GODHOOD anytime soon, or ever. What are your plans, if any, that you have for GODHOOD?
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Wow! I'm really flattered that you enjoyed the game that much. A few hours in the little amount of content I had is probably the most I've ever seen anyone get out of the game so it really puts a smile on my face!
Regarding continued development, I'm afraid since GODHOOD didn't get nearly the traction I had hoped (which is pretty much what I expected so I'm cool with it), I've had to put GODHOOD on an indefinite hiatus while I basically catch up on life. I would love to keep working on it (and I really miss working on it too) but now that I'm pretty much working full time, development would be glacial and the game probably wouldn't see release until half a decade from now. I do still think about it a lot and if I ever did find the time to work on it full time again, I have a lot of new ideas and improvements in mind for it too!
In the mean time, I have been toying around with the idea of working on other, shorter titles! Right now I'm sort of warring it out between two ideas I have and hopefully I'll be able to pick one soon so I can get back in the swing of things.
Thanks for your comment though! It's really uplifting to know that even a year after it's release, this game still entertains people!
So when I opened the game, it had me calibrate, or whatever that was. Audio Lag was 0, so I clicked continue. I went into practice mode, but it wasn't recognizing any of my hits, and was saying I was missing. I adjusted my settings, went back into Practice Mode, and it crashed.
Hey! Thanks for giving the game a try. I'm kind of surprised people still find it actually after all this time so it's a pleasant surprise really!
Unfortunately, I just tried out the issue you were having and it seems to be working fine on my end. I think I might have an idea of what's causing your problem (playing a lot of different rhythm songs kind of messes with the game's "BeatMaster" as I call it) but sadly, it might take a long time for me to get around fixing it due to my current workflow. Sorry :S
If you REALLY want to try the game out, you can go to the media folder, open the config.cfg and add this line if it's not already there:
You can then change the value here where "value" is the audio lag in milliseconds. That's a lot of work though, so I definitely understand if you'd pass, haha.
Thanks for giving GODHOOD a try though!
game don't work on itch app
Hey there! Thanks for reminding me about the itch app because I hadn't actually tested the game on there before. Unfortunately, I just tested it on my system and it seems to be working as expected. If the game isn't working then there's probably a different reason for it.
If you don't mind me asking, what exactly didn't work. Did nothing happen when you pushed the "Lauch" button or did an error pop up?
Either way, thanks for letting me know!
I just tried it again, it it works now. I have no idea why it didn't before.
I think I might know what issue you had. Right now, there's a very small chance that the game actually crashes on startup and I've had a real tough time tracking it down. You might have just gotten unlucky and got it on your first launch.
Hopefully I'll catch it some day!
Hey, this game looks fucking amazing. Are there any possibilities of being released on Mac platforms? Thanks.
Fortunately, the way I programmed GODHOOD, porting it to Mac (and Linux) is very much possible, however, it'll still take some work on my part. Part of that work is unfortunately actually buying a Mac so sadly it might be a while, but it is definitely something I want to look into!
Thanks a lot!