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Pooh Goes For a SwimView game page

Submitted by boymakesnoise — 1 day, 4 hours before the deadline
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Hi! You're not the only one in this jam with this issue but my Windows Defender (Windows 10) blocks the .exe file. If you're using Game Maker, it's usually solved by creating a .zip archive instead of a standalone .exe file. The Windows Defender then for some reasons accepts it. If you're using another engine, the method might still work.


Thanks for letting me know. I've replaced the download with a zip file. Please let me know if you have any further problems.


Thanks for the new upload. It works fine now!

Gotta admit, my initial expectations for a game with that concept and name were rather low. But this turned out to be a pretty entertaining and elaborate (although rather difficult) platformer, maybe even one of the best of this jam. The monochrome aesthetics give the levels and characters a surprisingly cute look that is reminiscent of the NES era but still posesses a few characteristics that give it a unique charm, like the tilted perspective and the bubble particle effects that appear when you swim.

Speaking of swimming: the movement works pretty well. It seems a bit slow at first but once you get the hang of it, it's pretty smooth and even leading enemies into projectiles becomes manageable. That is quite a feat considering the whole game is an underwater level - usually something that many gamers don't hold in high regard.

The soundtrack is pretty compact but doesn't feel monotonous even after longer sessions and does a good job at conveying a sense of urgency that some of the more hectic sections of the game introduce.

All in all: well done!


Nice graphics, interesting game. I included it in my A Game By It’s Cover 2018 compilation video series, if you’d like to take a look. :)