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A jam submission

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Heal the ailments of the towns folk with Old West medicine as Dr. Apothe Terry in this casual game jam entry.
Submitted by Soggy Bit Studios (@soggybitstudios), Aureolin — 5 minutes, 50 seconds before the deadline

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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Design (This refers to the space where mechanics take place)#53.4553.455
Gameplay (The mechanics and rules of the game)#132.1822.182

Ranked from 11 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Godot version


Game description
Your duty as apothecary of the town of Poyzun is to cure the citizens of their ailments, sicknesses and maladies. We want to stress, Terry, that we say 'cure.' NOT 'kill.' Management wanted to make sure we were very clear with that this time around.

We set up a shop for you already, so hurry up and help those sick people!

Drag the ingredients from the shelves over the cup to mix them. Drag the cup to the customer once you think you've mixed the correct recipe.

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Fantastic entry, feels super polished and well produced. I would like to see more of it! I agree with the others, getting more feedback on your actions would be a great addition.


The game is gorgeous, it have so much style, the voice lines, the main menu, all the assets are really cool.

But yeah, as the game's goes, you don't know what to do, and the lack of any kind of feedback to know if you are doing the right thing make everything confuse. I would deffinitely play a more finished version of this, it has a lot of potencial. Congratulations guys!


It's hard to know if I'm doing it right...! Sometimes the customer will disappear when I give him a brew, sometimes they won't. The lack of feedback makes me think it's random as to what will work and what won't.

The visuals are nice, and the voice lines are pretty good (I got a chuckle hearing Terry hum the Funeral March when a customer left the store), but I think it might be better if they only played every once in a while; or at least, didn't overlap with each other.


Original and funny!

The art and sound are really outstanding, the humorous lines are great even if they play a bit often!

I take it you're still working on this? I sure hope you do! Apart from mixing tinctures I couldn't really figure out how to make anything else, and there didn't seem to be any game over or win conditions.

Really great stuff.