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A jam submission

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Become Mark Brown and edit this year's Best Games video!
Submitted by patrickgh3 (@clockworkpat), Cameron Paxton (@cameronpmusic) — 3 hours, 3 minutes before the deadline
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Ranked from 464 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?
You take on the role of Mark Brown editing the GMTK video of the best games of the jam. Usually, it's Mark doing this, but now the roles are reversed and you're doing it!

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 created the vast majority of the music during the game jam

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Such a clever idea for a game, and such a well-crafted puzzle to boot, incredibly satisfying when I figured it out. And let's be honest, they were asking for games like this when they made the theme what it was ;) . Again, great job!


holy crap he didn’t disqualify you!? Congratulations!


Haha, thanks! It was a pleasant surprise to us too ^^;


This was awesome. Probably disqualified like you said. but still awesome.


That was……quite something….

10/10 Would play again.


Took me way longer than I care to admit to figure out what's even going on, but I got there eventually. Neat little puzzle, cool theme. Unfortunately probably not very expandable, but cool entry for a jam.


What a incredible entry! The concept itself is already surprising, but the execution as well is very creative. Fetching actual data from existing games in the jam is so cool, I find it amazing that a game can celebrate the others in the jam. And the game isn't a gimmick: the puzzle presented is actually fun and challenging to solve, and cleverly uses the layout of a video editing software. I must applaud the UX, everything is undrestandable and easy to use, and the intregration of the rule inside the game itself is perfect. I only had trouble at the very start, for fetching the "footages", but since there is only one button available, it did'nt take me too long to find it.

Really a whole lot of applause for your game! It doesn't just has a fun idea, it uses it in a smart and positive way!


Thank you for the detailed feedback! Really happy you enjoyed it 😁

I was really impressed with the puzzle, too, I know puzzles can be really hard to make, so congrats on pulling it off. Even if they had to add a couple gamey elements like locked clips and a clip that moved by itself. They just made the puzzle more fun.


That's a very impressive and creative entry, well done :D


10/10 Would edit again!

This is such a genius idea, I am blown away, It genuinely put a smile on my face. Well done!


Such an awesome idea, and you also made a great game to go along with it!


Creative idae, never thought of reversing the creator and the watcher, so good. 


this was actually so much fun to puzzle out!


This is the best take of the team, the literal "Roles reserved" idea.


I did not expect a game like this. Really funny, nice puzzle, and packed inside a cute presentation


Fun concept and great excecution! Using images and names from actual jam submissions was a clever move :)

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5 out of 5 in every category.


I really love the idea ! hope someone got my game in their timeline!


My god is this complex, great stuff


Very nice game. i hope there was more than just 1 puzzle though. anyway enjoyed it. also nice touch on the real game jam entries idk how you managed to pull that off.


Ha ha! Very Funny. Mark doesn't have sponsors from Mark VPN! :)


Damn, you are good!

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