Roblet Land is a 2D pet simulator where you take care of robots.
Keep in mind, this game is a heavy work in progress, so the images and video here do NOT represent the final game (although the artstyle is likely final).
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Hi again! In case it isn't obvious by now, yeah, I ended up putting Roblet Land on hold (again) to focus on smaller projects. I actually announced this a while back, just hadn't had a chance to share the news here until now. This time around however, I've created a roadmap of which of my projects I intend to work on and in which order. You may not know about many of these, but here it is regardless:
-Green Crab Grab
This doesn't include any mods I intend to make of course. As you can see I put Roblet Land last, as I've begun to realize it's a surprisingly ambitious and complex game to make until I've finished at least a few others. I hope everyone understands.
Currently I'm working on Green Crab Grab, an arcade-like clicker game where you catch invasive crabs. It's a sort of remake of an old (and honestly quite bad) game I made using Scratch years ago. It's currently pretty WIP and has a lot of placeholder art (no crabs yet for instance, just boxes), though most of the gameplay is already there due to its simplicity. Here's what it currently looks like:
So yeah, thanks for your patience, hope you all understand, and feel free to check out my social media for more consistent updates.
Hey it's been a while again, hasn't it? To tell the truth, the reason this update has taken a while is a combination of not being motivated and running...
Figured I'd share some recent progress, even if it's not much.
For those who saw that Roblet Land was being put on hold to make smaller projects, I've since gone back on that decision. Reasons being that I feel it...
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