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A jam submission

FacadeView game page

A game which you can't trust.
Submitted by Dead-Beat Games — 12 minutes, 11 seconds before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Theme#1723.4024.500
Game Design#4152.8353.750
Fun#4562.6463.500
Overall#5582.4253.208
Innovation#5822.2683.000
Graphics#6222.2683.000
Audio#8761.1341.500

Ranked from 4 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)

Got a bit of a Kaizo Mario feel to it ! Great job

Submitted(+1)

Great art :) No way Im going to finish this though. too many tricks haha

Submitted(+1)

You have this labeled as Windows, macOS, Linux but I only see a windows build inside.  Are you able to upload a macOS build?  You can send it to an external site (google drive, media fire, etc) and just have a link here so we can play and rate it during the rating period.

Developer

Oh sorry i built it to be compatible with both mac windows and linux i'm not sure why it's not compatible...

Submitted(+1)

Well, in Unity, in the build settings window, you choose the normal standalone but also you need to select macOS and build out a macOS app separately.  You'll need to first download the mac build support files.  You can do that in the Hub.  Unity Hub > Installs > Choose the specific editor version you used for this game > 3 dots in upper right corner of that install > select to add mac build support.  Then back in the Unity editor > build settings window > select macOS.  May have to actually have a mac to build for mac.  Macs can build for mac, windows, linux but I'm actually not sure if the Windows Unity client can build for Mac.  Apple might have some weird restrictions on that.

Developer

Thank you very much but i'm not sure if you can update the game during the jam?