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A jam submission

µCity AdvanceView game page

City building game for Game Boy Advance
Submitted by skylyrac — 1 day, 22 hours before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Audio#33.7143.714
Overall#44.0004.000
Polish#43.7143.714
Technical#63.8573.857
Originality#93.5713.571
Graphics#153.4293.429

Ranked from 7 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Judge feedback

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  • A staggering amount of depth in such a compact form! I'm pretty terrible at it - after reading through the manual and messing with the examples I still can't find a way to grow my town without running out of money. Remind me never to run for mayor!
  • Great city building game, very polished.

Repository URL
https://github.com/AntonioND/ucity-advance/

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Comments

Submitted

sadly doesn’t run in TempGBA emu (works in mGBA though)

Developer(+1)

I've been told it doesn't work in gpSP either. No clue, really. It works even in my GiiBiiAdvance, and it's not the most accurate emulator out there...

Submitted

Nice little sim game.

Though in my city, a fire started, and despite having a firestation, the fire basically wiped out a good portion of the city, and the firecrew did nothing. Was I supposed to activate them somehow? Or are they supposed to respond on their own?

Developer(+1)

Yeah, the trick there is to demolish everything around the fire. I was going to implement something like in the original Sim City, where you can put firemen on the map, but I didn't have time for this kind of things.

Developer

Also, you can disable disasters in the pause menu.

Submitted

I saw the disable, but yeah, I was more just scratching my head wondering why my firemen weren't dashing to the blaze :)

It is really good and very polished considering the time constraints

Developer(+1)

Thanks! I'll keep this in mind if I decide to work on it a bit more in the future.