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A jam submission

To The LightView game page

You're a caterpillar. Eat, evolve, and reach the light!
Submitted by Daromaru — 9 hours, 52 minutes before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Audio#93.7003.700
Graphics#163.8003.800
Overall#353.0503.050
Fun#632.7002.700
Innovation#682.5002.500
Game Design#702.7002.700
Theme#752.9002.900

Ranked from 10 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Judge feedback

Judge feedback is anonymous.

  • The game is really good, however save states would make this game a lot more enjoyable. :D

Link to the game
https://daromaru.itch.io/to-the-light

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Comments

Submitted(+1)

The background music was just perfect for the game. Like the other comment i also struggled with the climbing part. Great job! Good game!

Developer

Thanks!

Submitted(+2)

I liked the ambiance of the game (Graphics & Audio), felt like a sweet little story of a caterpillar.
I prefered the flying part over the ground one, the small maze with enemies was challenging enough.
On the ground part, I struggled a bit climbing on the woods branchs. It could have been nice if the ground part was a bit longuer, we collect just three leafs and that's it.
Maybe add some leafs to show how hard it is for a caterpillar to become a butterfly =D
Good entry, good jobs guys !

Developer (3 edits) (+1)

Thanks for your input, Shyzuna ^_^.  As for the caterpillar part being too short, I didn't want to do the caterpillar at all, wanted to concentrate on the moth part. As a result - I did the level layout like this, and the whole branch climbing thing happens only once, which feels like a waste of a gameplay mechanic. I think it's it's an issue of not having much experience with team projects, and also doing the playtesting only a couple hours before submitting. I totally agree that it would make more sense if the caterpillar part was much longer. --Pavel