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Rate Exchange for First Time Jammers!

A topic by GreenCheese333 created Aug 06, 2019 Views: 124 Replies: 17
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I know there are already a lot of these, but here we go again!  Simply try and rate my game and I will happily return the favor.  The title says first time jammers, but anybody is welcome to post here.  I am just particularly interested in what other first time jammers have created, as this was my first time.

My game is a one-button zombie shooter called Sole Survivor.  The game jam page for it is here, but the version on that page is broken and skips straight to the last level.  I thought that I had uploaded the proper version in time, but it apparently didn't go through due to the problems was having, so you can find the fixed version here.  I would really appreciate any feedback you can give.

While you only need to rate my own game, I would highly encourage you to try out a few other games posted here and share the love!  I'll be sure to play and rate every game posted here before the voting period ends.  Happy jamming!

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I don't have time to play it at the moment, but i have it saved in my to play collection,

First time jammers baby!!!


First time game jam and I went in solo so it made for a fun challenge! Had a blast though! Plan to go again next year!

Platformer where you can only have one ability active at a time, and can only use it once per room! Also one hit and your dead ;) Hope you like it!


This was my second jam ever, but it's the first one I did entirely on my own. 

I hope you like it!


Hi !
Enjoy slaying all the slimes and the four bosses. There's 20 levels. Can you beat'em all ?!

In this game you have only one bullet that you can pick up to shoot again !

Share your best time and the level that you reached.

Don't forget to rate !
Web is available ! Windows too ;)


Hi! Im first jammer too! Im really happy some people enjoyed my little game. Check it out!


Just rated your game, liked it a lot.

My game is called Broken Robot, a puzzle platformer where you can only press each button once per stage.


First timer here. 😊

Mine is a platformer... but with only 1 platform. (🤔 Can you even imagine that?) 


First gamejam and I went solo. I learned so much from it and think I will do more in the future:



Hey, first time game jammer here!

Here is "The Only NeOne" a Grid based puzzle game where you clear levels by reaching the exit by only pressing and holding your input keys ONCE. Study the enemy's patterns, keep track of your paths you take and figure out how to reach the exit!

You will find the game here:

We would love to hear your feedbacks!


It's not quite my first jam, but it is my game design debut, so I'm really excited to hear what people think of our game <3

Our game is Einnsámr: The Lone Warrior, a game about preserving your soul in a hostile world. We'd love it if you tried the game out :)

If you do, leave a comment with a link to your game, and I'll be sure to play it!


First timer here:

It was a ton of fun. I definitely want to try and get a team together for the next jam I do, because art and sound design eat up a lot of time that could be used for the actual development and game design portions. It's easy to get caught up in wanting to make everything extremely polished even though its a jam all about design :P


My first ever jam and also the third real game I ever made

Hope you like it.......and maybe get addicted to it ;)

Game :

Rate :


Yep, first game jam! Puzzle-horror, try it->


Rated your game! I liked the idea behind it a lot!

I'm a first time jammer and also this is my first finished game called One Enemy. Shoot the enemy as many times as possible and dodge it's attacks.


Technically this is my second jam, but this is my first puzzle game:



This is my second jam, but it's the first time I made a game that's chess inspired.

Here's my game:

And don't forget to rate.

Going to play yours in a minute.


It is my first jam! Here is my game: