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A jam submission

ID - Part 1View game page

Point and Click Puzzle Adventure Game
Submitted by Hambug Games — 3 days, 17 hours before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Music/Sound#53.0003.000
Graphics/Animation#63.5003.500
Fun/Design#252.5002.500
Overall#262.8002.800
Technical Impelmentation#272.5002.500
Theme/Limitation#412.5002.500

Ranked from 2 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Judge feedback

Judge feedback is anonymous.

  • Nice little Point & Click adventure. There were some technical problems, like really bad collisions for buttons, but other than that this was an interesting entry with nice graphics and sound design. I got a feeling that this game might have faced some over scope.

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Submitted

Once I figured out that you can interact with objects obscured by player's inventory, this game became very fun to play. I love mix of programmer art and realistic photographs. I like tiled-based map slices on blueish background. Puzzles are fun to solve. I can't wait for 2nd part! :)

If I were you I would make inventory slightly transparent so you can interact with objects despite having opened backpack. Also, I think player doesn't have to interact with literally everything like UI frame, background, buttons. On the other hand, that system is prepared for easy expansion of the game. Very good entry!

Developer(+1)

Hey there! Thank you so much for your kind words! The advice you gave is very helpful. Part 2 is being released in just a couple hours, and some of the things you've mentioned have been fixed. We'll be sure to apply even more of these things in Part 3! Thanks for playing.

Submitted

Cool little adventure game! The puzzles were all intuitive and fun to figure out, although I had a few issues with not being able to pick up items on the first try and being confused about how to "use" items on the world.

The systems you have going seem to be set up for a lot of growth, excited to see what comes with Part 2!

Developer(+1)

Thank you so much for your kind words! ID Part 2 will be released in just a few days, so stay tuned :D