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A jam submission

Can't beat them upView game page

Find your way to the ragge office , don't fight anyone
Submitted by Kaizen Nero — 45 minutes, 49 seconds before the deadline

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Ranked from 15 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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I like the idea, and I think you executed some of it very well (especially the boss)

But I wish the first level either had more to it then the crate, or that at least it was way smaller so I will not have to lead them all the way over.


Interesting concept and nice art, but I couldnt really figure out how to play the game beyond making some of the enemies walk into the crates which the one guy was throwing, which is not very interesting gameplay.  If some more environmental elements were placed with which you can get rid of the bullies, this would be a great game!


The cute art is what pulled me in, it's also what kept me grinding away at it.  The first room is not generous with its collision, so it took some time to solve the puzzle, but i especially liked the boss at the end.  It was fun realizing that i needed to use the environment to hurt my enemies.  I feel like it could'e gotten more creative with it's ideas, and yes the music is repetitive.  But if this is a first game by someone then they did a good job.


If the box throwing guy had a shadow  under the boxes to show where they would end up, that would make it easier to lead the enemies into them. 

Good art style. 


Cheeky, fun, with oodles of charm.  The art style, music and cutscenes are all great but what really gives this game an edge is how it conveys how to deal with enemy. Getting them to beat each other up or get hurt by traps was so fun and easy to see because of the enemy's placement and with the boss, the moment I heard that crackle as the hammer swung, I figured out what to do. It was so clever and you should be very proud. Obviously, there's only a couple of levels but if you took this further, you'd have a game even Jackie Chan would have fun playing.