Feedback for my first game

Hi Guys,

I recently just released my first game, It’s called “Snow Simulator”, the link for it can be found below;
the idea is to dig snow piles around the map with a shovel in order to get snow, which you can then sell to get coins and then upgrade your shovels.

Because this is my first game, I would like to get your feedback on what I could improve, add or remove from the game to make the experience much more enjoyable.

The Game:


Hello there! This game looks very well made, I really like the style of the UIs and it’s quite peaceful and interesting. Good job! However, something I’ve noticed is that the brightness in areas like this is is wayy too bright my eyes ahh. bright Anyway, good luck with the game! :smiley:

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Uh oh, I didn’t realise the map was too bright…

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It’s alright! Just tone down the colors just a bit and you should be fine. :slight_smile:

Usually when I want to make a game I search in games for my idea, and if I get a popular game as a result, you wouldn’t want to do that. There are already a lot of games that have to do with snow:
And many more games.

Also, the simulator trend is kinda dying down, so you should try and create a new trend.

Thanks for your reply.

I have seen those games, and they play very differently from what I have made, the snowball fighting simulator is more of a minigame and the other reminds me of “work at a pizza place”, but let’s not get sidetracked from what the thread’s about.

I’m mainly just asking for some feedback in terms of how gameplay can be made more enjoyable by adding/removing what is already present in the game, I’m not really asking for advice on what may get popular and what may not.

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