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A jam submission

Drug RunnerView game page

A junkie races his addictions.
Submitted by cwook — 6 hours, 46 minutes before the deadline

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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Gameplay (The mechanics and rules of the game)#72.8332.833
Design (This refers to the space where mechanics take place)#103.0833.083

Ranked from 12 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Godot version
3.1 alpha 2


Game description
Drug Runner is a game about running in a race whilst taking drugs. It doesn't take the topic very seriously.
I was able to implement most of the systems in the game except for the levels, so it's just an infinite runner right now without variation or much challenge. I added a distance meter, so you can at least compare to other about how far you go.

Controls are in-game under the "help" menu.

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Nicely done demo of the mechanics with cute visuals. Also an original take on the Theme. Thank you for providing source code!


I think this could be a really interesting mobile game with some sort of difficulty increase over the distance and a few more drug variations.

The visual effects are really cool, great job!

Still running! I must've hit a glitch as my character is still going now... gonna leave him running a while (I'll let you know how far he gets!). This'll be cool when you get time to polish it a bit. Really misses sound, but I like the graphics and the idea too.


Should've called it Olympic Doping Test Simulator 2018.

There's a few neat little touches in here. The 3D effect on the hurdles looks really good, and I like the use of shaders. The lack of sound is a missed opportunity, though.


I like the idea here, feels very arcade-y and fun!

It's a bit barren at the moment, with no sounds or any clear goal but I think that with some designed levels and a bit more of a challenge it could be really engaging!

Where did the customizable character feature go? :-(


Ran out of time unfortunately.