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A jam entry

Lost in PixelationView game page »

A young seeker crash his flying saucer on the planet Pixelation.
Submitted by pixel8 with 3 days, 1 hour before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
AUDIO | Did this game have great music or sound design?#113.6003.600
VISUALS | Did this game have nice graphics, art or design?#253.8003.800
FUN | Was this game satisfying to play or did it bring you joy?#333.4003.400
MOOD | Did this game have atmosphere, or did it make you feel something?#403.2003.200
Overall#403.2403.240
IDEA | Was this game innovative, or did it use interesting mechanics?#842.2002.200

Ranked from 5 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

How long has this Project been going?
My first finished game. Started early januari 2018 and spent about 20-30 hours.

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Comments

Great work for a first finished game!  Keep making them and you'll make something awesome!

Developer

Thanks! :)

That's a pretty cool game. It's too bad the player can't quickly switch directions in mid-air though.

Developer

Great input! I'll think of it in my next game.

Nice game! Not to sound like a psychopath, but the blood animations are very aesthetically pleasing. May I ask how you accomplished that?

Developer

It's pretty simple. Every time you kill an enemy you generate x number of blood particles (just a sprite) in a random range and scale.  You also set a random number of "blood particles" to slow down before it stuck on the surface of your choose. 

I made the game in "Game Maker Studio 2".  I could send you the source code for the blood object if you like. :)

GMS isn't it? :-) I watched those tutorials too. I like how the game feels although maybe a bit more dynamic movement would be nice.

Developer

Yeah, it's Game Maker Studio 2. :)

Thanks for the feedback! In my next game project I will defenetively work more on the movement.