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A jam submission

T R A P P E DView game page

A psychological escape from one's own mind
Submitted by bphillips — 16 minutes, 54 seconds before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Creativity#14.1514.308
Overall#33.8173.962
Polish#53.9294.077
Fun#83.2613.385
Theme#93.9294.077

Ranked from 13 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Talking points of your game
It's a psychological exploration game to explore a visual representation of one's mind who is suffering from various psychological issues (depression, guilt, suicidal thoughts, etc)

What Assets did you use?
Sounds from freesound.org
CC-Zero assets from blendswap.org
Paid assets from Unity Asset Store

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Comments

Really great game. Definitely my favorite of the Game Jam games I've played. The simplistic style coupled with thoughtful and tense game design made for a very memorable experience. In a short period of time, the developer explores deep psychological content, intensified by sound design and  exploration of very human themes. This game achieves the perfect balance of surreal gameplay with real-life concepts that both haunt and mesmerize. Can't wait to see what else this developer has in store.

(+1)

Thoughtful, emotionally provoking game made with a balance of simple atmospheres and sounds that played off each other for a very spooky feel. High tension and immersive  atmosphere created without being overly dramatic or forced. Very cool!

Submitted(+3)

Wow. Just Wow. As someone who've struggled with similar problems, this hits pretty close to home for some reason. Maybe I just like to overthink things, but I think I kinda get it? Pretty depressing ending, though.

Submitted(+1)

Interesting how the thoughts are in the walls. Maybe it's just me, but the 3d models are amazing. 

However, I sometimes would clip through the elevator.

Nice work!

Submitted(+1)

It's really short, and I'm not sure what any of it meant, but it had a palpable sense of tension to it, relying on sound design and suspense instead of cheap jumps. Good job!

(+1)

Really great atmosphere, reminds me of Stanley Parable for some reasons!

The ending was really something!

Submitted(+1)

Wow, i didn't expect that ! Interesting game !