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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by RareSloth, Jun 25, 2015.
This is a fantastic game.
I loved beta testing and being able to help and watch it grow.
Cute characters, creative puzzles and plenty of challenges.
Definitely an original.
The end of the beta testing is bittersweet. Sad to have to stop playing but happy to see the dev be able to finish and publish the game.
Fantastic game, lovin' it so far.
Tight controls, great art and well thought out level design!
Well done devs!
We just returned from IndyPopCon (which was awesome!) and we're exhausted... Now, we morph into our true sloth forms to nap for a day.
We were nominated for the reboot award at PopCon but alas, we did not win the grand prize of $10,000.
Brian from RareSloth
Finally a good game on iphone in a while.. Its not just good.. Really awesome! Rabbit is so cute. Thank you devs!
Thank you! Share it with your friends
Just finished level 80. Haven't played the rescue missions, but loved it as far as I've played. Recorded a well deserved five star rating on the AppStore for the devs. Beautifully designed game.
I would mention that having played the crap out of Sproggiwood just recently, I think that their directional controls would work really well on Furdemption. The swipe controls worked great, but at times, when swiping really fast, the swipe could register as a tap. Sproggiwood controlled well enough that I seldom even glanced at the buttons, which is what would be required here, but it also responded very quickly when I wanted it to (unneccessarily in that game, of course). Just a thought, really. Furdemption plays like a dream regardless. Thanks for the entertainment, you Sloths.
Thank you... That feel!
I haven't tried out sproggiwood, 10 bucks is a lot for a mobile game... I wonder how well they did.
We personally hate on screen controls....
I got... So good
This is a fantastic game, however, it's in dire need of a d-pad control option. The swipe to move is feasible for the puzzle levels but the more action and timing oriented levels are incredibly annoying with swipe controls. I have pretty much finished all the levels but the experience is becoming much less enjoyable near the end because of less than stellar controls.
Can you give me a little more information on why the swipe controls are causing you annoyance?
In most of the hectic timing based levels (rescue missions, later levels etc) you are required to input commands very quickly and precisely. Swiping is not a good input method for this sort of challenge, repeatedly swiping 10-12 times quickly in a row is incredibly annoying and exhausting. This is especially noticeable in the Fragile missions. These levels would be far more enjoyable with a simple 4 way d-pad. The movement of the bunny is also a little slower than the fastest speed at which you can input commands, this lets the user effectively add commands to a buffer and this can be disorienting when you are swiping in a different direction than what the character is moving towards. This can be reduced by having the simple tap d-pad.
Are you envisioning the rabbit would just keep running in the direction you point the d-pad?
That would be nice, but it's not really the point I'm making. In more concise terms, a digital 4-way virtual d-pad is far more accurate, easier to use and has a faster response than swiping.
And by digital d-pad I mean four onscreen buttons and not a virtual stick, although a virtual stick would be preferable to the swiping as well.
Yup. When trying to hurry, my very quick swipes sometimes register as a tap instead of a swipe. The swiping does work well for the most part, but I agree that an option for directional buttons might be nice.
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is one of the nominees for
Touch Arcade Forums' Game Of The Week
June 25th, 2015
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The two sloths here at RareSloth (Brian and Austin) are thrilled to be nominated! Its been our pleasure to be a member of this community.
Thank you for your support.
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I voted for you guys as well!
This game is GOTY
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