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A jam submission

Fishball 3000View game page

This game is for 2MB Godot challenge. The game is simple: you need to score goal into oppents goal.
Submitted by aetente — 8 days, 21 hours before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Creativity#33.8003.800
Overall#53.6003.600
Controls#53.2003.200
Aesthetics (Graphics, Sound, Environment)#53.6003.600
Programming#102.8002.800

Ranked from 5 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Submitted(+1)

Creative and fun idea, nice one!

Developer

Thank you!

Submitted(+1)

This is a nice game. I enjoyed playing it.

Developer

Thank you!

Submitted(+1)

It's a great idea but quite hard to control so many fishes ;p
Well done!

Developer(+1)

Thanks!

Submitted(+1)

This is brilliant. I almost didn't rate it due to the lack of support for systems other than Windows, though (I generally use Linux Mint); then I remembered I can just run it in Godot.

Thank you for sharing!

Developer

Thank you!

Submitted

Same here, although Wine helps (Mono games don't like Linux).

Submitted (1 edit) (+1)

That's strange, given that the entire point of Mono, which is primarily developed on Linux, is to encourage cross-platform compatibility.  I'm guessing that something just isn't quite finished yet.

Maybe I'll look into it.

Submitted

You're right. The purpose of Mono is to make C# and .NET cross-platform and Microsoft has been embracing Linux more and more so my opinion is likely biased.

Submitted(+1)

Well, I'm not saying you're wrong necessarily. I'm just thinking that the very point of using Mono is to allow for cross-platform compatibility, so if Linux-in-particular has issues with Mono, it might be a place for a contribution.

And yes, I am also still super-skeptical about the Microsoft/Linux dealie; but this also isn't the kind of hill I want to die on.