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A jam submission

Flipped JudgmentView game page

A game about flipping levers and knowing who to trust
Submitted by N0vaKnight — 1 hour, 18 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Audio#24.3604.360
Overall#203.8403.840
Theme#233.8403.840
Visuals#363.8403.840
Gameplay#473.2803.280

Ranked from 25 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Comments

Submitted(+1)

Nice visual polish and narrator voice ;)

Submitted(+1)

Didn't get too far but I like your concept. Nice simple game. :D

Submitted(+1)

He reminds me "baba is you" ;)

Submitted (1 edit) (+1)

This game was simple and elegant in design but the decision strategies added good complexity. Great style overall and dialog in the beginning. I managed to get to the point where the music stopped and there were four crew members and it started getting really difficult to keep up and keep the logic straight. Took me a little while to figure out the initial key of knowing crew vs alien. I'm not sure if there is an end, but it would have been nice to see (felt like it was never ending with the music eventually stopping). Really fun!

Developer

Thanks for the feedback! Sadly at the moment there is no end to the game. It is interenting that the music stopped, seems to be a bug. And yeah, the whole "difficult to keep up with" concept was the main idea I had going into it. Hope you had an enjoyable time playing it :)

Submitted(+1)

Really cool game. Found it very difficult tho xD

Developer(+1)

Yeah, especially once you get more and more crew members, it gets hard to track who is a human and who is an alien on top of the already confusing commands xD that was the intent thought! I hope you had fun playing it!

Submitted

Yeh I it was  great. I like that it was difficult.

somehow the dont not sentences were the easy ones and the donts were the hardest also hey nova

Submitted(+1)

The cutscene at the start was very cool and the gameplay was unique and fun!

Developer

Thanks man!

Submitted(+1)

Wow the Artstyle makes this game seem very polished. The gameplay is very unique!

Developer

Thanks you! I thought the art style woyld add a nice polish feel too.

Submitted

No worries! Hey, would you mind checking out and rating my game as well? It would be really helpful as I am very close to 3rd place! :D

Submitted(+1)

It was a bit confusing at first but i got the hang of it

Developer(+1)

Yeah, that seems to be my biggest falls in game jams, not explaining enough xD

Submitted

well that's the point of game jams, to learn and have fun, I hope you had fun making it because I enjoyed playing it and I think you did a great job

Submitted(+1)

really cool stuff! the clean aesthetic really works, and my inability to parse the sentence don't not  really made me feel like an idiot xD also sick chromatic abberation

Developer

Thanks! The Don't Not sentences were by far my favorite, because of how confusing they were xD

Submitted

Nice stuff! The art style and the voiced intro was insane!

Submitted(+1)

awesome dude! i loved the voice over and everything seems to fit together so well! very underrated :)! (4/5 overall;)

Submitted(+1)

Super cool entry! and the switch idea is great for sure~ The voice over was great and I really liked the UI and timer :D

Submitted(+1)

Dope :)

Submitted(+1)

Awesome! Loved the voice acting, that was a pleasantly surprising addition that you don't usually see in jam games. And it worked really well :)

The portrait was really good, too. Great sense of aesthetics in this game. Is there an ending, or did I just get a lot less far than I think I got, because I played for a while but got nothing :(

Developer

Sadly, there is no ending. At the moment it is just a highscore game. :(

Submitted(+1)

How did you get the screen-blur and distortion on the edges to make it look like a retro monitor? It's awesome!

Developer

I used unity's Post processing Package. More specifically it's "Chromatic Aberration" effect

Submitted

Oh, awesome, thanks.

Submitted(+1)

Good polish on this game! The music and visuals were great. The premise is easy to get but the instructions sure requires some concentration haha.

Submitted(+1)

Loved it. Understood nothing about it. Excellent use of all my favourite 80s Fx and music.

Submitted(+1)

Also nice voiceover.

Developer

Thanks man! Also, I though i explained it pretty well, but apparently not due to your reaction xD

Submitted

No, I'm actually legally an idiot. They use me for testing out new Voodoo games.