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A jam submission

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Can you hack the Big Corp Server fast enough, in this reverse tower defense game?
Submitted by Positive Zero (@blueturtlegames) — 3 hours, 21 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Aesthetics#183.1433.143
Music#202.8572.857
Story#241.8571.857
Visuals#302.7142.714

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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Comments

very nice

Submitted(+1)

Very enjoyable ! I liked the design of your assets :)
I wasn't able to buy any viruses other than key logger and exploit, though. (But still managed to eventually win somehow, yay !)

Developer

Cool you liked it :)  What prevented you from unlocking them?

Submitted

I could unlock them, but I could not interact with the + button !

Developer(+1)

Thank you... it shouldn't happen anymore, uploaded a quick fix.

Submitted

Cool ! Will play again to try these ! :D

Submitted (1 edit) (+1)

Really nice reverse tower defense! Great concept. Nice execution. It was interesting trying to plan a strategy. I really felt like my choices mattered.  Fun learning the mechanics and strategies. Well done.

It's too bad the cyberpunk jam only rates on aesthetics. Your game design and mechanics are very good!

Developer

Wow thanks a lot plexsoup :)

Submitted(+1)

The game is really good, but I have the impression that it was small bugs that slipped correctly in the menu that was unlocked and bought the new virus. Otherwise the atmosphere, the visual and the music are cool, nice job :)

Developer

Glad you enjoyed it :)

Submitted(+1)

Very nice execution: aesthetics, visuals, music are on a high level. I dropped a point for visuals because UI did not look pleasing and the + - "unlock" buttons were not responsive (sometimes i could not click some op them at all or needed to point my mouse to an exact part of a button. Also some tutorial would be useful (I was mostly bothered about timing (when I needed to buy new units, when I needed to start the attack etc ), but maybe it is just me because I am not into tower defence or strategic games). But again, overall it is very well done.

Developer

Thanks Alex :)