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A jam submission

Deep DiveView game page

In this math based minigame, less altitude value = more depth!
Submitted by SkywardSC2, LoFons, davicrc — 3 minutes, 34 seconds before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
SOUNDS#1443.4353.435
VISUALS#1943.8263.826
OVERALL#2283.5223.522
DESIGN#2533.3483.348
INNOVATION#2613.2173.217
THEME#3933.0433.043
MUSIC#5862.2172.217

Ranked from 23 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Interesting idea! I included it in my Blackthornprod GAME JAM #3 compilation video series!

Submitted(+1)

Nice puzzle game, I got down to 540 meters. 

Very unique and fun, great job!

Submitted

Loved the atmosphere and the puzzle mechanics. Very nice way of teaching children about numbers. Like spacenomad said, no music, but I don't think that will be needed at all given that the sound is done so well. One recommendation would be adding other math puzzles if that's the direction it will be headed eventually. Overall, solid game!

Submitted(+1)

very nice in almost all aspects. there's no music, but in my humble opinion the sound design is so good the game doesn't need any. it'd be a nice game to get ppl (mostly young) used to quick counting in a fun and engaging way

Submitted

Nice work ! i didn't know why i died but it's was funny to play :)

Submitted

Nice game. I love the graphics. I would love It if you would play my game.

Submitted(+1)

very good game for schools.i like the art and gameplay

Submitted(+1)

Very nice game! I especially like the artwork of this game! keep it up

Submitted(+1)

Really nice art, and gameplay! This definitely deserves more attention. Good game!

Submitted(+1)

Really polished and fun game! Feels like something I would have played as a kid in the school computer lab!

Submitted(+1)

Nice Game, it seems to do exactly what it was meant to, great execution!

Submitted(+1)

truly awesome game with polished graphics and and fluid motion well done on the simple puzzle mechanic great for kids 

kudos

Submitted (1 edit) (+1)

This is a great game for education! Try to create a mobile game from it. I realy like it. Some fish and sound effects could make it better.

Developer(+1)

Thank you so much! We thought about some extra background elements and sounds, but time didn't let us finish those haha

Submitted(+1)

+ Awesome visuals
+ Great UI and controls
+ Simple to play

- I found that there might not be enough time as I ended up guessing the combination of balls rather than working it out

Developer(+1)

Thanks!

Time was a difficult thing to set, mainly because we wanted it to be playable, but also keep a certain rhythm. We ended up setting the game's hidden goal to be creating a strategy to speed up the process and solve it in time, or at least that's what happened naturally with people who played it a lot. Some people went for units, some for tens, but everyone starts guessing until they get there :)

Submitted(+1)

Great game for math teachers

Submitted(+1)

Well done maths game, I enjoyed playing it and the countdown added the pressure needed, I even got to 523 meters! Maybe add some more options at some points, like multiplication etc! But overall, really great jam sumbission, keep it up!

Submitted(+1)

well done, so good and funky 

Submitted(+1)

This is a nice little math puzzle game that helps to develop mathematical intuition when estimating the difference between numbers. Excellent for use as a teaching tool for children as well as a nice little mental exercise for adults! The music and sound effects are very fitting and I love the sound of putting a number ball into the slot. Great job with this one!

Submitted(+1)

Good to practice the calculations by mind.. Good job

Submitted(+1)

Really cool idea, it was fun to play :)

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