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A jam submission

Attack of the Space CactiView game page

A Downloadable game for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS
Submitted by GeloKaiser (@gelokaiser) — 1 day, 14 hours before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Theme#223.2413.438
Audio#222.7702.938
Fun#262.4752.625
Graphics#272.7112.875
Overall#292.6322.792
Controls#302.4162.563
Originality#352.1802.313

Ranked from 16 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Godot Version
3.0.6

Theme chosen
Out of Place Cacti

Game Description
Shoot down rampaging Cacti through stages.

Participation Level
First Time

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Comments

You know I really liked playing this game due to its short length, great audio and art. It was a bit punishing at times with the one-hit KO but as the stages were not long it was fine. As an improvement I would have liked to have seen better enemies, both in variation and AI. Very good job and well done!

For my taste, this game was a bit too hard and a bit too bland, gameplay-wise. I really enjoyed the music!

Submitted

Ok, yes it works now thanks :).  I really like the sound and music, I also like the art. The menus are nice. The gameplay is fun however the level design could have been a little better. The levels could also be a little more diverse. I would recommend adding to your games description (or in game)  that Enter is to shoot because it took me awhile to figure that one out (maybe I just didn't see it). I would recommend making the collision boxes smaller as sometimes it would feel unfair. Overall really nice :) kept me hooked for awhile

Submitted(+1)

Can't get the appx file to work, ""Error in parsing the app package."" could you release a zip for Windows instead?

Developer (1 edit) (+1)

Reuploaded Win version as zip. Hope that works now.

[Update] Found the Export as EXE. Likely that will work now.