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A jam submission

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A computer-hacking puzzle game
Submitted by Backspace Cadet — 15 minutes, 33 seconds before the deadline
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Ranked from 10 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

How does your game fit the theme?
Data is encrypted with an algorithm and key. It only can be extracted when every piece is joined together in it's original form.

Did your team create the vast majority of the art during the 48 hours?


We created the vast majority of the art during the game jam

Did your team create the vast majority of the music during the 48 hours?


We used pre-existing audio

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Really nice game! Awesome visuals and nice mechanics, though they are not explained. It was interesting to learn by myself. I forgive you for full restart of the game :D It's a really clever puzzle, so much to invent levels with these mechanics! Wonderful idea, I would wait for more levels!


thank you so much! Glad you enjoyed it, I appreciate the feedback!


cool concept, just don't make redo the levels when I fail haha


lol yes that was definitely a bad decision on my part! Haha thanks for playing the game and thanks so much for the feedback! :)


I really liked the looks of the fonts and the other visuals it took me a moment to figure out the multi-data mechanic but it was really cool


thank you for playing and giving feedback!


wow when i left the stream there was a lot of stuff to be done. Glad u finished and even polished it really nicely. Level design was good and can be easily expanded upon with just some new mechanics. Overall really epic.


thanks so much for playing and watching the stream! I appreciate the feedback :)


Some clever ideas in there -- I especially appreciated the fact that the chromatic aberration was not just a stylistic decision to make it feel "hacker-ish", but actually fed in into the mechanics.

I think that there's more that could have been in two areas:

(1) Depth of mechanics beyond "lock and key". Perhaps that would 2d metaphors for file copying, viruses/trojans, data corruption, etc. 90s hacker films are endless source of strange and wonderful ideas of what hacking would be like in the 21st century. 

(2) I would have loved to see a stronger connection to the theme of "joined together" beyond theming of combining the abstract cubes. Maybe it would be the connection of computer systems together or piecing together scraps of data to uncover a secret, etc.

A great first jam entry - best of luck!


I value that feedback a ton, thanks so much for playing!


Really loved the mechanics! They're simple and fun! And the art is nice too! It looks super futuristic, but it has that simple charm that I love! Great game!


Wow thank you so much for the feedback! It means so much to me that you enjoyed the game. :)


Hey, it's yummyninjaa!

I really like the art. The absence of text adds to the game's simplistic theme, and the game's mechanic of dragging objects around is straightforward and easy to grasp in no time. The game is fairly short so there is not much of a need for checkpoints and making the player replay levels allows them to become familiar with how the game works. I don't really have anything to criticise.

A promising game idea, and well executed. Congrats on your first game jam :)


hey thanks so much for playing! Wow that makes me so happy to hear! :) thanks so much for the feedback and the positivity, glad it was well received.


I really love the visuals and the idea is very original :).

That being said, the mechanics dont really allow for much interesting interaction, and I also dislike how dying takes you back all the way to the start, since it just takes so much time to get back to where you were without presenting anything new to the game.


Thanks for the feedback!