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Coherent states of matter: SuperconductorView game page

Use the levitate effect of superconductors to reach end of each level (GDL - Quantum Jam)
Submitted by Tristeratos — 23 minutes, 9 seconds before the deadline

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Ranked from 3 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Talking points of your game.
Some material can change dramatically, when it is cooled down. If the temperature of a so called superconductor falls under the critical temperature, the electrical resistance falls to nearly zero. But it is not all! If a magnet lies under the superconductor it began to levitate.

In this game, the player has to change the temperature of a superconductor and use the levitate effect to reach the end of each level.

Engine is Unity 5. Round about 50 % of time was for reasearch and creating the game mechanics. 25 % of time was for leveldesign and the last 25 % was for other stuff like graphics or music.

I like the behavior and movement of the levitating platforms, especially when the player jumps on it. I had fun by thinking about how I can make the mechachnic useful. I'm not satisfied with the mount of levels. I think a few more were better, but I haven't time runs out. The same by any missing menue. All in all, it was a funny little project. I could imagine to work on it further.

(Unfortunately I read so much about Quantum Physics that I totally forgot the real theme of this game jam, which was Super Position. Now I created a game, which uses coherent states of matter, another field of Quantum Physics. I hope you enjoy this little game anyway)

What assets did u use? Link them here

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Cool premise for a game, and very nice 3d models. Gameplay is a little basic though and there's not much variety. 


Really nice level of polish on this. Idea was cool and it played very well. Tutorials did a nice job of easing you into the mechanics too. Audio was good, if a little quiet, and the graphics were mostly nice too (besides that water texture lol). Only small thing to say is that the pop up text for interacting was a little difficult to see in that colour. Would've been nicer if it had the same treatment as the tutorial text on the boards, which was very nice.