A downloadable game for Windows
Kyru is our first game at Unlucky Cat Studio outside of a game jam.
It's been almost 6 months of development in our first year at college and this project is what we managed to develop, we really hope you like it!
The story starts on the top of a mountain. There, in a small wood cabin, live Dave and Kyru. Dave is a brave kid with a lot of imagination, and Kyru’s his dog and best friend since always.
One sad day, Kyru disappears and Dave marches decided to find him. This is the adventure that will face the player. Throughout the game, Dave will have to defeat several enemies and pass some puzzles in order to get where they hid Kyru and bring him back safe and sound.
Thanks for downloading our game!
Just unzip the compressed file and hit the exe!
We hope you like it :)
pd: known bug — if after hitting "Play", nothing happens, restart the game, if still nothing happens, press the play button while holding the left Control in the keyboard.
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Thanks for at least trying to play!
We known there are some areas within the game and the interface that could be highly improved, but it's not likely to happen, this is a college project and now that we ended our classes its development is gonna be paused indefinetly. But still your feedback is great for our future projects :D
However, we are totally looking forward to resolve the issue that stops the game from running for certain people, like you.
Please, could you tell us your specs?
pd: also, no, there is no sound in the game... :( we just didn't have the time to put it in. We might solve that in the near future, though,
Well, your laptop isn't running the game because of the hardware but we are not really sure of the min specs needed. Obviously on your PC it should really work, and we are aware of the varying framerates (which are probably caused by the amount of pieces rolling and such), but optimization is hard and we tried our best within our deadlines.
The camera going through things is something we wanted to fix, but again our time was limited. Anyways, you can invert the camera axis in the pause menu ( Options->Controls ).
Again thanks for your feedback!