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A jam submission

Splitted in the MidstView game page

Imperial anxiety.
Submitted by ItGrindsAndItRoars — 4 days, 4 hours before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Graphics#304.2734.273
Overall#323.9553.955
Gameboy-ness#334.2734.273
Audio#503.6363.636
Fun#523.6363.636

Ranked from 11 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Comments

Submitted(+1)

I loved Papers, Please! And this was a great lil spin-off... Aside from the clunky inputs, the music and artstyle fit the GameBoy theme really well... Good Entry!

Developer

Thank you for the feedback, glad you enjoyed it.

Submitted(+1)

Great little story, nicely told. 

Developer

Glad you enjoyed it!

Submitted(+1)

Great, controls are a bit wonky

Developer

Yeah, there is a bit of a delay on the selection screen. (If your trouble was using the A + B keys, you can use the Z + X keys which are a bit easier to reach.)

Submitted

Great, controls are a bit wonky

Submitted(+1)

Very nice game, I'd love to see more!

Developer(+1)

Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Submitted(+1)

Absolutely loved this! The graphics, music, story all come together in a perfect game-jam storm!

Developer

Thanks!, I tried to keep it short and sweet. 

Submitted(+1)

Really dig the pixel art and the gameplay of inquiring about evidence. Sort of reminded me of Phoenix Wright / LA Noire... I haven't played Papers, Please, but I'm sure it would remind me of that too!

The writing was really strong here, as was the Game Boy-ified musical selection. Nicely done. The story ended abruptly for me- I'm not sure if I missed something, or failed. I opened the suitcase, the *spoiler* and it was over.

Developer

I had a friend who play-tested it who said it reminded her of Pheonix Wright, though I've still yet to play those games. The ending (regardless of which you get) is, for lack of time, abrupt and brief. There is no way to win, just different endings. Thank you for playing.

Submitted(+2)

very nice!

Developer(+1)

Thanks!