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Help a flat-earther teen build a rocket to prove to his teacher that the Earth really is (or isn't) flat.
Submitted by Steven Don (@shdon) — 18 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Puzzle Design#34.3334.333

Ranked from 3 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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  • Nice work! The ending was hilarious!
  • A really funny game. Very easy and short, but fun.
  • Bearing in mind this entry was made in just 6 days, it would be great to see what would have been achieved with the full jam time. The story was simple and straightforward but a little short and obvious, the voice acting really pulled it together to create a professional feeling game. Would have loved to see a few more characters in the game like a mailman or parent etc. The ending was incredibly funny and tied it together nicely. The audio matched the setting well and the visuals though a little rough in places did the job perfectly, particularly loved the inventory icons, which added a unique touch to the game. Only real criticism would be having to pick the hand icon from the bottom bar every time, making it feel a little clunky in that respect, easily solvable by a right-click to cycle actions. Definitely one of the best (if shortest) games in the jam, well done.

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Nice game! Puzzles made sense and were fun to solve, graphics clear and understandable, and the ending made me laugh. And it even includes voice acting!


Oh, that ending. I laughed out loud. And I loved the puzzles, one of the games with the most "Lucas-style" puzzles in the jam. Great job!


Quite different in style compared to the Spy Quest series - but I really loved it - great humor, good graphic and perfect voice acting. My (usual) congratulations