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A jam submission

Clockodile CreekView game page

Recover Grandad's antique clock from the elusive reptile that stole it.
Submitted by Nocturnal Arts (@nocturnaIarts) — 51 minutes, 26 seconds before the deadline
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Team Name
Nocturnal Arts

Gameplay Instructions
It's been 30 years and Hunter Hector is back in Laernu Creek looking for the elusive beast that stole his grandad's prized antique clock. A support crew is also en-route bringing supplies but, well... we haven't heard from them for a few hours so you'll have to find your own equipment.


How To Play —

Search for supplies along the creek, then draw the 'Clockodile' out using bait. Once you have a bite, knock it out with explosives. She's a big girl so you'll probably have to give it a few tries. Once you have the clock, make it back to the boathouse! Your boat will take damage from the occasional bump and croc bite, so make sure it gets fixed up at the dock before you end up in deep water.


Controls —

Keyboard/mouse

W/S - Forward

A/D Turn

Q/E - Swap Item

F/LMB - Throw

Shift - Boost

Space - Jump


Gamepad

LT/RT - Forward

Left Thumbstick - Turn

LS/RS - Swap Item

Face Button Top - Throw

Face Button Right - Boost

Face Button Bottom - Jump


R - Restart

ESC - Exit

What platform is your game built for?

Windows

List any content that was created before the jam that was included in the final submission.
Explorer Male, Bait bag — POLYGON Explorer Kit
Bushcraft — FreeFonts.com
Ambient Swamp — Soundrangers.com
Boat engine ramp and loop — Own collection but modified during jam

Link to Gameplay Footage
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkNW-A8zqzc

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Comments

Submitted(+1)

The game look great and the idea is overall pretty fun. The controls could have a bit better, and the camera sometime makes it difficult to see what happens.

Developer(+1)

Thanks! Had a lot of issues getting this one going, but cheers for giving it a go. :)