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One Flag, a 2D Puzzle-PlatformerView game page

Secure all positions before they are lost again! 2D Puzzle-Platformer.
Submitted by Missingnull — 2 hours, 33 minutes before the deadline
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Adherence to the Theme#24701.2782.333

Ranked from 3 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Nice game pall! Congrats on Jamming! 


I like the concept of the game, but I think it could be more polished, for me, it felt weird grabbing the side of walls. You could also give more instructions to player. In the first level, I get a flag and it wrote lose for me, I thoug I could not fill it, but I got that I had to fill the secure one first and then this lose flag.


Thank you for the feedback! I agree with everything. The wall grabbing was unintentional at first, then I decided to turn it into a feature to spice up the level design; it does need polish though. There were some bugs with the securing code that arose when I added NPC securing. By then it was too late to address properly and still have time for the level design, so I added some serious spaghetti at the end XD

Do you have a license to use this music?


I downloaded the song from the YouTube Audio Library. From what I've  gathered I believe I don't need a license for this particular song, and I can use it outside of YouTube. Do you know if this could be a problem?

I'm not sure. It's very difficult to find free recordings of classical music - so it's likely that YouTube only have a license for the track to be used on their platform.

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I see - the song could be in public domain (and I think this one is) and the recording itself could still be copyrighted. Unfortunately the library does an awful job at presenting legal information. This is the screen I'm looking at btw. No information about copyright of the recording and barely any of the song itself.

My understanding is that if YouTube only has a license for the recording to be used within their platform, but they're claiming that the song in the library - and by extension this particular recording - can be used outside of YouTube on any creative projects; then legally the blame would fall on them? I think? Regardless, I can remove the song if it turns out to be an issue.

Edit: At least one other site is offering what seems to be the same recording for free under public domain, so I think it's all good.