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A jam submission

Lawnmower DefenseView game page

Submitted by KittenBox (@KittenBoxGames)
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Ranked from 8 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Godot version

Will be released in the future

Game description
Defend yourself and survive for three waves of ruthless, lawn-mowing enemies in this 2D click and drag game.

- 1. drag and move your tools (seeds, hoe) over the two fields to plant carrots - 2. take a cloud from the sky to water them - 3. Click the right mouse button on the location, where you want to place your brave carrot-soldiers

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This is our first participation

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plexsoup already pointed out the main knots of this game.
Anyway, it has some solid mechanics to become a great tower defense game.
What I really like about this projects is the graphic component: hand-drawn games are something I really appreciate, and even though nowadays everything is digital, I think that drawing on paper with pencils what you have in mind and animating it in a videogame is -first of all, not a simple work- a unique and original idea to gain the interest of the player.


Fun game!

Couple of nitpicks.. 

  • I'm not a fan of payment requests for jam games (but that might just be me)
  • It seems overly large for the content (nearly 200MB?) (doesn't affect gameplay, just an observation)
  • Those instructions really need to be in the game. I never would have guessed that you needed the cloud to water the fields. (again, a minor nitpick, since the instructions are available on the itch page for those who care to look.)

All that said, I really liked the papercraft art style. I also thought that it was a nice riff on lane-defense games, allowing you to place your defenses anywhere. Given that plants vs zombies is the most popular in this genre, I'm a bit surprised you also went with plants.

Good game!