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A jam submission

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Forge weapons and armor, keep that metal hot!
Submitted by CowThing (@CowThing) — 1 hour, 2 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Graphics and Sound#43.9063.906
Theme interpretation#103.5533.553

Ranked from 85 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Lovely graphics, fun game! I included it in my Godot Community Jam compilation video series, if you’d like to take a look. :)

The only jam entry I actually care about and its source code was lost? That's so sad... 😿

Jam Host(+1)

Awesome entry like always, congrats! The visuals, sound effects and music fit very well together and are all of high quality. Animations, UI, everything is well polished and makes a near perfect jam entry.

The loss of source code is a big minus though :/ I know it was not on purpose as you've gradly shared the source code of your previous jam entries (and I personally learned quite a bit from it :)), but if we want to continue enforcing this rule in the Godot Jam we'll have to disqualify this one. I'm not doing it for now as I still want people to be able to see and play it (it's great and deserves to be played!), but we'll find a way to filter it out from the jam rankings in the end. Someone on Discord is looking into PCK decompilation, so who knows, maybe mangled code can be retrieved and it can be reimplemented in a few hours :P


Yeah I wasn't sure if I should have still submitted it or not after losing the source code, but I am completely okay with it being disqualified.

Jam Host(+2)

I'm glad you still submitted it, it's a very cool entry :)

The sad part about losing the code is that we likely won't see an improved post-jam version... The wildest features turning it into a full fledged RPG Shop Simulator 2019 will have to stay in our dreams :D


Upload Source or riot!


No source code included. You should remove your entry out of shame.  Or get disqualified.  


This is just rude.


So cute! This would be *great* on mobile - just tapping away at your phone like a madman making weapons!

Fantastic job!

Submitted (1 edit)

OMG, the best game! These graphics hit straight into the PS1 players feelings! And we desperately need source code, ofc)


Gameplay is quite simple  but graphics are incredible. It's a shame you lost the sourcecode.


I'm a fan of your games, art and music are very good and everything else but unfortunately I did not like the gameplay of this one, it's quite repetitive and boring :(

Head bobbin' to the music. Hammering away. Reminded me of Fantasy Life (like some other folks said). Really well done for a jam game!


Very well made! Polished, great graphics style and solid gameplay.

Submitted (1 edit)

Really good game! Well done!!! You totally mastered Godot!!!!


adore the aesthetic, the temperature mechanic is clever, and syncing the music up with the gameplay is just brilliant.


This is really cool. The gameplay was simple, but addictive and I loved the low-poly graphics. Awesome.


Really enjoyed playing, quite casual. Nice graphics and music, it's a pity you can't share the code with us.


I really enjoyed this.  The art style and general feel of the game is very good.  


Forgot to read the instructions^_^
Really fun to play, a bit addicting, I can see this being a great mobile game.

(Crashed after the second contract.)

Submitted (1 edit)

I forged a masterpiece mjölnir, am I worthy now? :)

Fun game and the music fits the hammering rythm. It took me a while to understand how to forge things, but enjoyed it once I understood.


This was so neat! This could be a great little game if you had more time and added more to it. Looking forward to playing more games from you!


One of my favorites so far, I love the retro 3D style! Too bad about the source code. I hope at least you didn't lose the assets.

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