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A jam submission

Every Drop CountsView game page

A short surreal and atmospheric game made in Godot 4
Submitted by JJ99 (@gameArtStuff) — 1 hour, 33 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
3D Art#151.7892.000
Use of Audio#302.3482.625
Itch Page#301.6771.875
Original Audio#341.3421.500
Art Direction#371.7892.000
2D Art#391.1181.250
Level Design#401.2301.375
Use of Theme#401.6771.875
Technical Accomplishment#411.3421.500
Game Design#411.4531.625
Commercial Viability#411.3421.500
User Interface#411.2301.375

Ranked from 8 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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All the visual assets were not made by me but found on the internet:

all the other textures comes from the following sites:

Does your game include Sound packs?
All fx sounds comes from the Freesound site

and the music is from:

Does your game include plugins or pre-coded content?
Just the bare bone Godot Engine 4 Alpha.

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Please provide a link to a 30 seconds gameplay YouTube video of your game.

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Like others said, the gameplay part left a little to be desired, but an interesting concept to build on for sure. 


I didn’t get it :|


It was quietly disturbing but ultimately not very satisfying. I like the look you achieved and the peril was real. I would have liked something to do. Unless I am missing something?


Not much to this one, but it does everything it needs to with such a simple set-up; it was an effectively haunting and unnerving surreal short form nightmare and I really liked it! I'm sure the connection to the "Every Life Counts" theme lies in the overriding and evocative blood dripping motif that could leave room for many an interpretation imo


More atmospheric than actual gameplay or interaction, so it's a low rating. But could be surprisingly fitting, under part "chinese water torture", part "trapped in a room", in background horror akin to the film; "the shining".


The aesthetics of the game are great, though I didn't really get the gameplay. If you don't mind, can you check out and rate my game?