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A jam entry

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The bug invaders are coming to destroy master branch. Your mission is to prevent bugs conquering the production.
Submitted by Marius B. (@balajmarius) with 1 day, 11 hours before the deadline
Rated by 32 people so far
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This is wonderful! Great job!

My only complaint would be the difficulty curve feels too shallow: especially once I realized you can fire multiple shots. I just started hitting "right->fire" over and over again to fire a shit down each lane. I think limiting shots and/or adding a longer delay to each button press would help avoid that.

Otherwise, spot on :D


(Presses finger against screen to see all animation states)


That's a flawless throwback! =D =D =D =D


Perfect stylization!

the children in the USSR there were rumors: If you collect a lot of
points on the Gama&Watch, then you will be shown a cartoon (This is not true),
I checked it here ...

It would be cool to have a 'real' version of this game.


Hahah, same for 90s Romania


This was awesome, it felt just like the old LCD games I had growing up. The visuals and audio were on point.


It's awesome to be able to play octocat, that's a dream coming true :D

As it was already said, increasing difficulty could make the game generate more fun ;)




Wow, I could almost feel the real hardware :D

Too bad difficulty doesn't truly increase :/


Having also made an LCD game for the jam I have to say your is amazing.  The graphics and sound are spot on.  My only complaint is that it never gets harder (at least that I could tell).  

Developer (Edited 3 times)


Totally agree with you but unfortunately I didn't have enough time to implement levels. If I would build it in "real-life" I will definitely add increasing difficulty, anyway, I really enjoyed your game too.

P.S.: PR is welcome.


Nice! Looks and plays exactly like a real handheld LCD game. :)