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A jam submission

From a Dragon's EyeView game page

Can you rescue your companion?
Submitted by From The Chasm (@ChasmFrom)

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Game Design#723.3753.375

Ranked from 8 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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A nice game. The idea is very very good. I love game with those options. But I think the execution was not as good... you could make all fits in one window, with clickable icons, and a song to the bard would be good ... Well, still, congratulations it is a nice game.


Nice game! I like all the humorous pictures you get when you fail an adventure. I played through a couple of times and got a couple of different endings, but I don't think I could last long enough to finish all 100 days. I think the game would go by quicker if it skipped right to the results once you click on an option - though if I'm understanding your interpretation of the theme correctly, it might be better to make the 100-day ending really hard to get.


I think your definatly right in terms of speeding up the game. 100 days is pretty long, so any good way to either shorten the day length or speed up the rapidity of the activity would be a good idea. I intend to update it!

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Very nice artwork. Looks like someone is highly talanted in that. Audio would make the game  even more interesting. The game idea is however unique.


Here's hoping unique is a good thing. Thanks for the compliment on the art front. Lacking in the old audio department, next avenue to explore. Thanks for playing!


Pretty cool game! Reminds me a bit of some of the old browser games from the 90s-2000s with simple leveling systems/interactions. There was a bug where if you got an ending an pressed "No", the game wouldn't let you go back to your camp, and you are forced to take the ending. I believe the error was "no go:to start".  Good job though, played through a few of the endings. :)


Thanks for the bug spot! I'll look into it. I've been playing games for a long old time. First game I remember playingwas 'Pirates!' back in '89. I was a toddler at the time though. Cheers for trying out the endings! The time limit runs on way to long, and needs adjusting, a long with the Dragon interaction (not at all developed). Thanks for playing!