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A jam entry

Grand FinaleView game page »

"The Last Night" jam game.
Submitted by LaserFocus with 4 hours, 30 minutes before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw score
Gameplay Creativity#14.0004.000
Refinement and Optimization#33.6363.636
Creativity of Soundtrack and Sound#33.8183.818
Story Quality and Engagement#43.4553.455
Overall#53.6363.636
Look and Style Interpretation#113.2733.273

Ranked from 11 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Team Size
4

Story Teaser
The last night of a musician's career.

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Comments

The story is so good. The gameplay is amazing. Gotta give five stars to Creativity of Soundtrack and Sound. Overall this game was lovely.

Developer

Thank you for the nice comment, ^.^! Glad you enjoyed the game!

I'm horrible at typing challanges... Using one hand is fine, but two hands is just too much for me. I really like the story!

Maybe the best game i have seen in here yet - great story telling, nice visuals, good gameplay, didnt see any bugs so well polished and the music was obviously quite good aswell ^^ - very solid game 

ps: voice acting in the story would have been awesome haha - and if not than maybe a way to skip through the story faster once you red the part you gotta wait haha

Developer

Thank you for the suggestion! "Fast-forward through wall of text feature" - noted.

Loved it. Quite well made, well polished, and I like music games xD, never thought of seeing something like this in the jam. It could have some extra fluff, some more effects, less story just conveyed through text, that's what could be maybe improved. But I think it's a pretty solid decent game overall. Good job! One of my faves.

Developer

Thanks for the comment and suggestions! We'll make sure to tone down the text on the next game/jam. Also, I learn that players want to see/get feedback from every action they choose. Again, thanks for the suggestion!

TLDR; story can be told in may way other than a text wall but over all it was good motivation for a character and easily  sympathetically with, art was simple and nice and the game felt fair. gg