Several people have asked and as I know it is tought to get (and rather frustrating), here’s a solution to the achievement “Patience is even a bigger Bliss” (higlight the text with your mouse):
Before choosing the option on “problem with the game / problem with installation” you need to first choose the menu option “information regarding any material we sent you (option 2)”. You will hear that they didn’t send you anything.
Then listen to all the other options and come back again to “information regarding any material we sent you (option 2)”. They will tell you about the soundtrack.
Hope it helps!
It’s so cool to discover that Free Afteroon was frontpaged on Newgrounds!! 🙂
It literally lost 0.5 rating stars in the process but whatever, I’m happy that a lot more people played it.
I know the game is a bit special, it’s very probably a love it or hate it affair!
In the meantime I also updated the music section, if you’d like to check some of my tracks most wort mentionning.
The post-jam version of the game is now available on newgrounds and gamejolt.
I wasn’t really motivatated by further expanding the game, so this post-jam version isn’t very different from the original. I have slightly improved visuals and added animations to the walkman level. There are also some medals implemented if you like this sort of thing.
The soundtrack is also available on soundcloud:
If you’re interested by post-mortem of the Ludum Dare 36 jam and of the game Free Afternoon, you can find it here on Ludum Dare web site.
I also created a dedicated page for the game Free Afternoon where you can find links and detailed credits regarding SFX used in the game. I will be updating this page with more info such as postjam versions etc.
I don’t do a lot of jams but since some time I’m trying to participate in every Ludum Dare, and this time was no different!
The theme of this edition was “Ancient Technology” and I decided to do a video game experience about old technologies from the 80s and 90s such as old rotary phones, cassette walkmans, floppy discs, VCR etc.
I had a bigger concept in mind and in the beginning I imagined an arcade style game with lot’s of puzzles, but I spent too much time solving some technical issues so in the end the game is a bit different from the initial concept.
But I believe it’s still an interesting experience 😉
Here’s the link to the ludum dare page of the game.
You can play the game at itch.io.
Hope you’ll enjoy it, and don’t hesitate to leave me some feedback!