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A jam submission

The Ol' One Two!View game page

A tiny fighting game for the 8 Bits to Infinity jam
Submitted by Andrew Durkee — 59 minutes, 47 seconds before the deadline
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Ranked from 2 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Which song(s) did you choose for the theme and how did you incorporate it/them?
All three songs are used and randomly chosen at the beginning of the game.

Which parts of the game did you create BEFORE the jam STARTED?
A basic scene class to create a simple display window

Which parts of the game did you NOT create?
Only the music

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It needs time to learn but it's perfect, i hope you will make other games like this


That just made my day man.  Thanks


Really like the concept and your choice to make it from a first person perspective. Nice use of the controls. I do have some issue with the hit system. I lost my health even when I'm blocking but the enemy doesn't and almost all the time I got the game over screen while the enemy was standing still. I think you transition to the game over screen even before the enemy has hit the final punch. Also, sometimes I had more than half the health and suddenly in one hit, I got the game over screen. I didn't find the HP lost on getting hit to be consistent. It felt unfair. 

But for a game made in just two days, well done.


Haha, yeah I probably gave the enemy to much power, it was one of the more rushed areas (as well as the end screens).  Its flattering to know that someone took the time to play and report back this in depth for my little experiment! 

Many thanks 


Was a bit weird at first but good :)


Has all of the elements of a fighting game in a small package! Nice iteration!


Really cool game! I really liked the idea of a first person boxing game using the two button mechanics and just with Python, which make it cooler. Even though you don't use the music theme as a theme itself, you made a cool thing! If you want you can go to my game and leave a review too, I used the two button mechanics to attack and defend.


Thanks!   When I first heard the music, I was reminded of Punch Out for some reason....


Ohhh, understand now, cool the idea came that way hehe