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A jam entry

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Submitted by Oro with 10 hours, 36 minutes before the deadline

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Ranked from 7 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

How does your submission match the theme?
You only have arrows, move to control the player, to push and manipulate things, and that's how you interact with the different object in the game.

Third-party resources
- Construct 2
- Photoshop

A Game by Marwane Baaout and Hasna Azioual

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Gorgeous art style !


Thank you


I love:
- Simple and clear mechanics, the goal is easy to understand
- Good ramp of difficulty
- Short levels so it's not frustrating to reset them on death or being stuck

I would have love if:
- There was more feedbacks on things happening (in particular when the red monster shot a projectile).

The core gameplay is classic (push box on buttons whith grid-based problems to solve) but it's well executed and pleasant to play.


Thank you for playing and for your detailed feedback, so glad you enjoy it

actually we are working on  feedbacks like sounds and animation, and we will be very greatful if you could tell us more about the way you think feedbacks should be


(Rewriting this post a bit shorter because I accidentally closed the browser tab after 20 lines ;x)

I rank feedbacks by importance: critical ones informing about the state of the core gameplay versus polishing to make the world feel more alive.
Also I make the distinction between feedbacks as information and feedbacks as reward.

For visual feedback:
Based on the fact that the human eye is designed to detect movements before everything else, a critical information like 'the red monster shot a projectile' need to be emphasize by a full animation and maybe a small flash inside the sprite. It should get the attention of the player over other feedbacks playing simultaneously, even over critical rewards such as 'the block has been placed correctly'.

For audio feedback:
I think everything should have a sound (except for footstep maybe). The difficulty is to get the sound design right.

Adding signs could help the readability of the game: an idle animation for monsters and player would communicate immediately that they are the moving parts in the screen.


Pretty good. The puzzles are well made, and the lest level took me a while to figure out.


So glad you like it Eric Florio, thank you for playing  :)