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A jam submission

Bottle ClutterView game page

That's a lot of bottles
Submitted by Wolfenrahd — 9 hours, 7 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Polish#53.7034.000
Enjoyment#103.0863.333
Ambition#113.3953.667

Ranked from 6 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Comments

I'm so used to wanting to get and hoard every potion in a game. The use of potions as something to avoid is an awesome concept.

Submitted

Did I just play a game from the wrong game jam? This game is incredibly polished and is something I'd expect in a 48 hours gamejam (consecutive).

You scoped the project very well and were able to give a full gaming experience!

Submitted

Did I just play a game from the wrong game jam? This game is incredibly polished and is something I'd expect in a 48 hours gamejam (consecutive).

You scoped the project very well and were able to give a full gaming experience!

HostSubmitted(+1)

The creativity is on point. It's like the Legend of Zelda Gust Bellows learned from the Cuccos how to take down protagonists. Was fun but it needs a health gauge or something to let you know how many hits you have left.

Developer

I probably should've pointed it out in the game, but the white squares on the player actually represented your health. Then again that'd be hard to see with all of the splashing on the screen.

Jam HostSubmitted

The way you used the assets, is small yet very creative. It definitely looks like a fully fledged simple game. I think you nailed almost everything!

Submitted

It's a whole playable game! With sound and music and everything! Holy crap! You're really efficient with your time.

It feels like the scoping on this was just about perfect. If I had any complaints it's that there doesn't seem to be a ton of counterplay against the bottles the player can engage in, but that's asking kind of a lot for a 3 hour project.

Good job!