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A 3D platformer where random game elements go missing! (e.g. gravity, platforms, etc)
Submitted by jerryardo (@JerryAviles) — 3 hours, 26 minutes before the deadline
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Ranked from 14 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Player controls are hard but consept and gameplay very successful.


Thanks for playing, glad you enjoyed it!  Can i ask what about the controls were difficult specifically?  I'm going to be using these controls as a base for a future project and would love some feedback.  Also, did you play with a controller or a keyboard?


Wait a minute this game supports controller?  Wow controls are nice. Okay problem solved.


I love how you took the concept of the jam to a whole new level, this is really smart. However the platform mechanics needs some fine tuning, but overall this was enjoyable. Great job!


Thanks for the feedback, glad you enjoyed it!


I thought this game was ok. But it kind of ended up being a waiting game to see when a good mechanic appeared or a bad mechanic appeared and wasn't very engaging as a result.

I think maybe it would have benefitted from an incentive to rush the level like a timer or enemies but of course all this stuff is hard to put in when there's so little time.


Yeah, I just spent a lot of time waiting. Especially on the second to last level. I just had to wait for no gravity to go around the tall wall and it too forever to show up.


I completely agree with your comments. Because of the unpredictability mechanic it made the pacing pretty challenging. In the end i decided to keep that level instead of scrapping it just to keep a little more content in there. The other levels were passable to me because they can be completed with any missing mechanic. I actually had a timer in there and got rid of it because my kids enjoyed playing around with the different ways and moves to complete a level.  Thanks for your feedback!