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A jam submission

Seconds to ScanView game page

Use your mouse to solve challenges while under a 60 second timer.
Submitted by SystemLogoff (@darkdatatrc) — 22 hours, 23 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Best Audio#13.6673.667
Best Use of Theme#14.0004.000
Most Polished#24.1114.111
Best Solo Entry#23.7783.778
Most Good Looking#34.0004.000
Comedy Award for Funny#33.8893.889
Community Favorite#33.8893.889

Ranked from 9 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Submitted(+1)

Very slick looking and sounding game, could also call it very tight. The mechanics are all simple and straightforward with a couple nice little jokey bits. Fitting it into 60 seconds is nice and fits the theme well but also it feels quite short, in that I would have really enjoyed to keep going and play some more.

The polish here is very high. Great job!

Ugh this game is so cute, I love it! I didn't have too much trouble with the font, and I liked all the different silly little minigames. My favourite really was that the last step which required you to hold the button for an amount of time and when I got there the first time I only had 3-4 seconds left - it was delicious and I both loved and hated it. I also quite liked the story, too.

The art and audio work that went into the game is stellar, and I feel like you were probably able to fully realise your idea for the game. If I wanted to try and pick faults, I guess I could say it's a bit shallow? The puzzles could really be (and are) anything and don't feel super theme inspired in of themselves -  maybe a way to expand on it would be something like, add an extra dimension onto the story, where instead you have to find a hidden secret way out of the loop to double down on the theme? But the story that is there is a good fit, and, well, thats just the reality of a jam game. I can't really offer much more than that - I had a good time playing it, the game's neat, good job, your experience & competency really shines through.