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A jam submission

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Short detective game made for Community Game Jam 2019
Submitted by choochoothetrain — 17 hours, 46 seconds before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Innovation#24.4294.429
Overall#83.9293.929
Fun#94.0004.000
Theme#104.1434.143
Game Design#124.0004.000
Audio#783.5713.571
Graphics#2283.4293.429

Ranked from 7 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Submitted

I'm not going to evaluate the game because I don't understand how to interact with it at all. I can click on the people, they say things. But I cannot interact with the statements. Except, sometimes the Truthometer does react when I click on the text they say. I don't know why or how. I haven't left you a rating. For me your game doesn't work at all.

Submitted(+1)

Very fun game and the music perfectly fits. Very well made.

Submitted(+1)

Great job for your first jam, I dig the concept of your game !
I found it difficult to find the trust tho ^^

Developer

Thanks for playing! Checking your game)

Submitted(+1)

Great job for your first game jam!  The music goes perfect with the style of game and the game fits the theme really well.  I've wasted too much time trying to solve this and still haven't managed to beat it...brb going to try and win :)

Developer

Glad you enjoyed it) There is a twist in the end!

Submitted(+1)

If this is your first jam game, you did a great job. It was a bit tedious to figure out the correct answers and when I went to hand in my answers the game said that I should check them again. Which I guess meant that something was incorrect. However, there was no indication of what was right and what was wrong. Unlimited attemps also means that it is possible to brute force the correct answer. It would be nice if the suspects more often answered with 0% truth, so that you can stripe off some possibilities.

Developer

Thanks for your feedback! I've tried to do my best at  balancing chances for 0% truth to make my gameplay time at least 10+ minutes. Maybe, I've made it little bit harder because i was afraid of making my game too easy for clever guys making games. And at the end of the game you'll see your score - so brute forcing is not the best option. I'll check your game soon :)