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A jam entry

Space OdyseaView game page »

Two characters, one player
Submitted by Sayuri Iida with 1 hour, 15 minutes before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw score
Theme Relevance#113.7003.700
Originality#133.5003.500
Fun Factor#302.4002.400
Polish#302.4002.400

Ranked from 10 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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(+1)

A fun idea. I could see this playing out as either a  two player game, or a puzzle platformer where both characters move at the same time, and you have to move and use walls to position the characters so they can work in tandem to finish a level.

As it currently is, you just finish the course with one character, then the other.

Developer

Hey, thanks for your feedback! 

Sadly I didn't have time to work on the levels... 

(+1)

good variety in the puzzles. I feel your pain on the asset creation. This was my first jam, and I kept catching myself drifting to the aspects of developement that suited me, falling farther and farther behind in level building. Your work in the mechanics and puzzles implementing them shows. Cheers on the submission and to finding people to make the music for us so we can play with mechanics and design!

Developer

Congrats on your first Jam! I hope to see you in the next ones ^^
Cheers indeed!

(+1)

De game worked very well for me, i had no issues.
However, there was not really much fun in it for me, making me incredibly bored.
The 2-people to 1 spot thing is interesting and i think with this concept a really interesting and cool game can be created.

Developer

Thank you for your feedback!

Unfortunately I didn't have time to plan the levels like I wanted, and also there's no music. But I'm learning a lot with these game jams, the next ones will be better! 

(+1)

This is a pretty cool concept! I think they key to a platformer is to really hone in on the responsive controls of 2D physics, which is really tough to do. I like the idea of having slightly different physics for the two different parties. The collisions are a little rough, but some work there, cleaning up the art, and adding some music would go a long way. Great job so far!

Developer(+1)

Thank you for your feedback! 

Sadly I couldn't make the music in time, it was hard to make a game where you had to make your own assets. But I'll definitely improve this game based on the feedbacks. I'm glad you like it =)