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A jam submission

Energy FailureView game page

Bullet hell where you CHASE bullets, done for GMTK jam 2018
Submitted by Kichex, Cleaver Games (@cleavergames_) — 1 hour, 33 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Design#3373.2503.250

Ranked from 8 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Submitted(+1)

This is definitely cool, what I was expecting from the description though was something where I'd want to try and hit as many bullets as possible to survive (maybe with health constantly counting down if I didn't for example), empty space essentially becoming what to avoid. Unfortunately I ended up playing it pretty much like a regular bullet hell. Having said that, the presentation and feel was great and music is probably the best I've heard from the whole jam :)

Submitted (1 edit)

Nice. the idea of an enemy shooting what you want topick up was really nice

(1 edit) (+1)

Nice game, it really feels like a cool bullet hell game with an added twist to it, wish you would expand on it with abilities and more enemies (my team also tried making a bullet hell game but yours feels more like it haha)

Developer

Thanks! :D I'll be sure to check your game.
I'm really sad that we weren't able to build a longer level or add more enemies though, time was rough on this jam.  I've been doing some bullet hells for the last jams i've made... I think i should do a full game by now hahahaha.

(+1)

Duuude Awesome game

Submitted(+2)

Nice idea having the enemy also shoot the thing you want to pick up. I'm really bad at bullet hell but the game was pretty good from what I could tell although you didn't die when you ran out of energy. The aestetic wasn't bad either.

(+2)

Cool concept although I don't seem to lose when I run out of energy