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Annie at the Edge of the UniverseView game page

A cosmic horror game for the Adaptive Music Jam 2021
Submitted by DTHoare (@DTHoare) — 16 minutes, 30 seconds before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Implementation of adaptive music#122.6194.000

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

Does this submission follow the optional theme?


This submission follows the optional theme "At the edge".

Description of the game
This game takes place at both the physical edge of the universe, and also metaphorically at the edge of reality with its cosmic horror atmosphere

Message from the creator(s):
I hope you enjoy my first game jam entry!

See the game's main page for an overview+controls

Original Audio


This submission created the vast majority of the audio during the jam.

Original Art


This submission created the vast majority of the art during the jam.

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It seems that I'm stuck on the intro screen; it says "press any key to start" but I've tried pressing basically every key on my keyboard and it does not start. I'm on Windows 10 version 1809 (LTSC), Unity games usually work like a charm. Anyone else having this issue?


Hi, I have had someone else report this issue as well. Not sure what is causing it, but I made a build that skips this screen and this worked for them. You can get that here:

password is Annie

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It took me a fair number of attempts to finally get through and memorize the layout, I'm glad the ship was not much bigger than it was otherwise my pea sized memory would not be able to deal with it. 

But wow this had really great pacing in the layering and buildup of the music. The ending was very fantastic and chilling! 

The final winning run was like a well scored movie scene, with rising tension right up to the end. The transitions between parts were very smooth! Great work!


Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it.