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A jam submission

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time changer
Submitted by Milivojus — 2 days, 1 hour before the deadline
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Ranked from 6 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Give a brief description of your game:
You play as a little guy who can change time and as you play through the game, the envinroment will change.

What controls do you need to use?
W,A,S,D to move. Z to plant a seed. Space to change time.

How did you bring the theme of Time into your entry?
Well, you can change the seasons and the envinroment will change.

What was the most interesting part about making the game?
The whole map changing element.

Anything else to add?
It was a failed attempt for me to create a game so ambitious. I am fairly new to game making, and this is techniclly my first game.

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Very interesting concept! I included it in my Games Plus Jam compilation video series, if you’d like to check it out. :)


Really cool concept! I love seeing all the creativity  that goes on in jams like this, and you've definitely hit the theme perfectly here. 

As your first game, this is a spectacular effort. All my first games were garbage, but you've made something that could easily be expanded to something amazing. 

Jam games don't need to be polished. This is by no means a 'failed attempt'. Don't worry about your game not looking good (Hint: I'm not a graphic designer either). What matters is that you tried and you submitted something, which is better than most people could ever achieve.


Good job! Great for a first game. The mechanic of the tree planting was pretty cool. I was able to explore the map and get to the top left in 25 years. Be proud of this game! It works very well and is great for a first game! Keep it up!


Thank you so much for your support. It's nice to see that someone actually likes a product of yours, even though it's not finished.