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A jam submission

Passes, PleaseView game page

Only you can prevent leaks
Submitted by PolarisInParis — 3 minutes, 37 seconds before the deadline

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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Sights & Sounds#44.0774.077
Giant Bombitude#63.8463.846

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

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Alex Morozov

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Nice concept, well made game! I included it in my compilation video series of all of the Giant ROM 3 games, if you’d like to take a look. :)


Yeah, great work on everything! Made me laugh a lot. The huge selection of characters and the portraits used were great.


Nice job on the presentation. Sounds and visuals are all really tight.

Was confusing at first, but once I knew the controls, it was enjoyable. Turns out I know less about industry players than I thought I did, though. :(

Really impressed, nice job!


Hmm, seems like the general consensus is that I could've communicated the phone controls more clearly. My apologies, I probably should've put something in the instructions text about comparing the documents to the phone specifically.

Still, thanks for all the kind words, folks, can't wait to play all your games in one big marathon.


I also interpreted the instructions as the phone was for information on how to play / your stats / pause, and not info on the current attendee. Having a "company / games" flier would have been a good way to handle it, as then you might be able to memorize real games / companies as you went along without having to check on every one. But checking pass length and ID# got enough positives to win anyway.

Slick style, a fun, almost arcade-y verion of the data confirming genre, and one of my favorite victory messages I've seen so far. Loved it.


Very neat idea!

Also, best hashtag so far!


@Aska I'm melting over here, from these kinds words! Thank you thank you thank you.

My apologies for the occasional typo, I'm double checking all the names I included, but I can't find where I mistyped them. At the very least, the way the game works under the hood is, there are two lists of names in the game. If the attendee should be ejected, the name they have on the pass/invite is pulled from a separate list from the phone, a list containing very deliberate and obvious typos. I would try not going off your memory and instead focus on comparing the phone text and the documents.

But again, thanks for playing, duder!


Update: I uploaded the 1.1 version, which fixes some of the interface bugs I had discovered. If you already downloaded the first version and care to have the latest and greatest, I would give this new one a click.



What a cool thing you've made duder! The level of polish in this thing is unreal for 8 days. I absolutely loved playing it. The visual presentation, the music, etc. were all top notch! Nice little touches too like the bounciness of all the onscreen elements and seeing the attendee line up in the background too. I especially loved the people you grabbed to throw in as attendees, it put a smile on my face and made me appreciate all the games industry people I recognize and enjoy thanks to this goofy video game website.

My only real gripes: I didn't even realize there was the phone that had info on it, I thought it was just for pausing the game, I ended up doing perfectly fine without it though. I also noticed some typos in certain people's names which led to some false-denies which were actually legit.

Really though, amazing job!


@joystickhero Thanks for the kind words! It's super satisfying to know that someone liked it.

And, just an FYI to players, I found two glitches in the final game, and I'm working on updated files to address them. You can find details about them on the game's page. If you want the updated game, please download the patched files after I upload them.

Pretty fun, though I am ashamed to admit I didn't realize there was a phone of information to reference for my first play-attempt even though it said it in the intro.

Typos and errors were sufficiently hard to spot when trying to go fast, but once you knew what to look for it became easier. Which is kinda a good feeling. Like, building a skill.

That ending is rad as well. Great song choice, and the reward was definitely worth it.


My apologies to anyone who download the original file. Compressing a ZIP folder seems to work a lot better. Thanks a ton for your patience.

Please, if anyone else has any trouble getting the game to install or run, do not hesitate to let me know.


Try downloading it again, I just reuploaded it a different way.

Huh, I only got an error when I tried to run the game. Something about:

CreateProcess() returned 2.