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Get your games shown on YouTube - a game jam post mortem

A topic by Believing-Gamedev created Aug 14, 2019 Views: 806 Replies: 22
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Hey fellow jammers,

I finally uploaded a making of video for my GMTK submission this year.

I would like to follow up with a video with the best, most interesting and unique games from the jam.

So I offer you to post a link to your jam game eigther here or under the mentioned video.

Follow or subscribe and you wouldn't miss when the best of video is up.

Take care :)

Link to the video:

Link to my game:


We'd be delighted if you could give our game a play!

"Welcome to the Starship Heart of Bronze (no relation).
Following a workplace incident you find yourself the only remaining crew member in the middle of a hectic space battle.
Maintain your ship's shields, evade incoming missiles and calibrate your singularly huge gun.
Amidst the chaos, gunfire, explosions and general mishmash, will you keep your wits or meet a sticky end?" 


I created this game using Godot for the first time ,learned a lot in this jam and had a lot of fun .Also I ended up with a game mechanic that make me very proud of my self and I think that I should explore it on a futur project .

My game :

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Here's mine. It's my first jam and I have a simple but rather unique idea (If I do say so myself.....)

Game :


I guess I'll give this a shot...

Try my game, Grapple. It's a Metroidvania with only one upgrade. The progression didn't work out quite as planned, but I think the game is pretty fun nonetheless! I'd recommend the post-jam version - it's much, much less buggy and doesn't crash! (I think...) It also adds fullscreen and pausing (with a minimap!)


Hello, my game is Sweety ! I think the visuals and musics of my game make it a little original, but it's still a kind of puzzle platform. I hope I get the chance to see it in your video :)

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My game is nowhere near the best or most unique game, but oh well:

It's a one button platformer based on Celeste, called Nowhere but Forward. You hold any key to jump forward and can't turn back unless you hit a wall.


We made a puzzle platformer where you can attach or detach world elements to you to solve puzzles and reach the end in a specific shape.


Ok, now I'm your second subscriber.^^

Somehow my game made it into the top 100 overall, despite having no AI (which is fundamental to really exploit the game's concept). I hope you'll like it anyway!



We would be more than happy if you wanted to try our little 
puzzle game called "HiVeMiND" 

Here's a link:

Take care :D 



Hey, great initiative !

Maybe you could give a try at my game, Guide Merlin inTo the Kingdom !


Love to hear your thoughts on my game 😁


Hi, nice idea!
If you've got time, here's our game a one-direction stealth game : The Way Forward !

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Mine just got a post-jam redux version with a couple new features and improvements:


We would love to see our game featured in your video :)

Here is Naughty Knight, a puzzle game inspired by chess where you control the knight only!


I would be honored.

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Already subscribed! 

Please play Born Again, a puzzle game where the goal is to protect your planet.


Well, hello there! 

If you want it, then here is a 2D puzzle-platformer about the peculier gentleman that can travel in only one dimension at the time:


Hey, curious to hear what you think of our game, it got #40 in design, and I think we took the theme in an original direction.

It's a digital board game, and the victory condition is to have only one piece left on the board :)

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If you find it interesting I would love your thought on our game 20 000 Pixels Under the Sea

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Hi! I hope you can include mine! :)

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Can u try to play my game? Controls: arrow keys, space bar, number keys

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Hey everybody,

thank you for all your great and wonderful submissions.

I looked through them all and was amazed by what you achieved in the time span of 48 hours.

Here are now my favorite picks from you.

I hope you like it.

Take care