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A jam submission

ENTROPICAL PARTYView game page

A Galactic Summer Luau
Submitted by Novastrike Media (@NovastrikeMEDIA) — 37 minutes, 53 seconds before the deadline

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ENTROPICAL PARTY's itch.io page

Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Overall#103.2473.247
Graphics and Sound#103.3873.387
Gameplay#193.0003.000
Theme interpretation#193.3553.355

Ranked from 31 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Source code
https://github.com/Novastrike/entropical-party

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Comments

(+2)

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

(+1)

Had to replay after reading that was for 2 players.

It needs more motivation for the sun other than killing the main, also needs some penalties, something that may hurt it, slow down or something, is too powerful.

Cool graphics and vaporwave background aesthetics.

Developer

You probably didn't understand the premise of the game. Sun cooks meat, plate gets meat. Not a competitive game, but rather a cooperative game. Don't kill your friend!!!

(+1)

oh, got it!

Jam Host(+2)

I love the look 'n feel, all those different art styles thrown together feels like a contemporary art rollercoaster ride :D

I didn't get that it was a 2-player game before reading comments, so I did try my best at the super hard twin-stick-twin-bodies controller :P Maybe the "2 player mayhem" from the itch picture could be stamped on the game main menu too ;)

Kudos on the impressive sound effects too, and for featuring Godette!

Developer

Thanks for the compliments! We considered adding the "2 Player Mayhem" thing on the title screen but ultimately removed it because we wanted the player to tackle it whatever they want - either 1P or 2P, as they are different ways to enjoy the game. The game is indeed balanced to be easier with 2 players, but I know that people out there are up for an extra challenge, and we saw in this design a way to bring in people of all types :)

Submitted(+2)

Very hard to control the sun and the bowl at the same time haha

The whole art style is completely insane, a bunch of different styles thrown together, there's even a soccer ball. I love it!

Submitted(+2)

great! it is really hard but eventually I got my hands emancipated from each other and could control the game.  Great graphics and sound.

Some items left the sides of the screen and lost me lives by no fault of my own.

(1 edit) (+1)

Sorry, that is actually a bug. But I can't fix it until the end of the votings :(

( It's fixed now since Rémi said it's ok to make some minor fixes )

Thanks for playing!

Developer(+1)

Thank you! Glad that you were able to enjoy it as a 1P game, but if you can, try playing with someone else (my favorite method is one controller for both players; chaos ensues!) As for the items leaving the screen, that's a known bug and we already fixed it for the "main" version.

Developer

Hello, the bug was fixed and is now online! It was a minor error, please download it again.

Submitted(+2)

Sounds like Duke Nukem, hehe. It's a fun game and I noticed you could cook the meat (going from 1 point to 40) so there's difficulty in getting a high score. Good job.

Developer(+2)

Thank you! It's always good to try and cook the meat, but we allowed the player to pick the raw meat so that they still have a way to save the food from leaving the screen. One point is still better than losing a Life!

Submitted

Did you make the assests yourself?

(+1)

All assets were made from scratch. You can see the credits on the game page. https://novastrike.itch.io/entropical-party

Submitted(+1)

Very nice game, but why on earth do sun and bowl share the controls? xD

Developer(+2)

They're the Yin and Yang of the game... The brightness of the sun and the coldness of the steel saucer... Believe me, there's a deep lore behind this somewhere (I think)