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GB RacerView game page

Simple, yet buggy racing game made for #GBJAM7
Submitted by dancar — 11 hours, 38 minutes before the deadline
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Ranked from 18 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Really cool and fun game! The music is on point and it's fun for being such a small race. The only problem apart from being too small is that sometimes you can't the road at all because of the angles. Also the Unity watermark at the bottom can be taken off in the personal license by setting it to "minimal". 


The gameboy-ness is pretty good in this one! It reminds me of the way the first GB Donkey Kong games were made! I really liked the graphics and the sound as well, and it's a fun, short experience! Good job!


really neat! the player model is pretty good and it's easy to control it. I did it in little over 1 minute, I think haha I just wish the track was a bit more subdivided so when the camera follows the model it doesn't judder so much. aside this little comfort issue, I really liked it! good job!


I love the visuals! It would look stunning on a gameboy! It would be great if there is other racer, or perhaps a ghost racer of previous players to make the game more competitive. The car speed can be faster as well.


Nice Game!


Good entry! Well done!

PS: Feel free to try my game out! Cheers!


Really a cool idea! However, it could "feel" a bit faster.

I like how the race track slowly becomes visible, but there were a few moments where the race track was not visible at all...

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There is nothing on the screen except the speed bar, the flame behind the player and the lap details, help?


That's weird. It's a simple Unity web game. What browser are you using? It works fine for me in Chrome and Firefox on Windows 10.


I'm using chromium


Alright. I guess you're on Linux then? I just tried it with Chromium on Windows without any issues.

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Good guess!