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A jam submission

Hurly WormView game page

A delightful cotton-candy sweet game made from love and glitter paper.
Submitted by OrionBH — 4 hours, 49 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Design#3913.7693.769
Overall#6273.6923.692
Originality#7713.6153.615
Adherence to the Theme#9023.6923.692

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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Comments

Submitted

Cute visuals! We clearly had similar ideas for our games.

At first I didn't understand the rules of the game. For example, I thought my goal was to protect the pear from the birds and that I lost points when it hit the birds (then I figured it all out by actually reading the description at the title screen :P). I would like to see some more visual cues that make it more clear that it's the birds who lose damage (maybe by making them flash in red).

Submitted

really enjoyed it.  the music was perfect.  the controls were overly floaty to me.  but i liked the momentum mechanic where the faster you were going when you chucked the pear the more damage it did to the birds.

Submitted

Very solid entry, with stunning visuals and the cutest sound effects I've ever heard. Thank you for making me smile!

This is cute! I really like throwing the pear to get birds on the way up as well as down. It's pretty hard!

Submitted

The art style is super cool, I really enjoyed it, and the SFX made me laugh a lot. Wholesome.

Submitted

Top work. Nice graphic style. I was going for a simalar style with my sbumission, but ran out of time. lol.

(+2)

Nice play on the idea of the only one bullet.  Graphics really made this game stand out.  Wish there was a scoring system, which would immediately make it more replayable.

Developer

My wife asked, "Can you add a scoring system?" and I was all, "Nah, it doesn't need a scoring system. Why would anybody want a scoring system?" Appreciate the feedback!