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A jam entry

The Legend of Alpaca - Oracle of GodotView game page »

You're in a dungeon and must find your way to the place where the strange voice in your head is calling you to.
Submitted by GameDL8 with 1 hour, 16 minutes before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw score
Gameplay#93.2503.250
Graphics and sound#173.1253.125
Overall#203.0833.083
Theme ("Two buttons")#312.8752.875

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

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@dibuzapping thanks a lot for the feedback I will fix the error on the url.

The fact is that during the whole jam duration we were having so much fun thinking on how to recreate mechanics that when the time came for doing the level design(only less than 2 hours to the end of the deadline), I just did it the MOST basic thing I could do. The "story" was decided on the spot and I am proud it came as strange and nonsensical as it did haha. It made me chuckle.
After all, I had also to make the itchio page too... It was really crazy hahaha
Also... can someone explain me how to mention on tich.io?
Cheers and thanks for having a look at the game.

Errr... I don't see too much related with two buttons. :P

Anyway, it is a funny game. The end is a bit... weird? xD

I like the steps shadows in the floor when you use the object.


PS: the link to Github is incorrect. There is a character "g" at the end.

Developer

@CGCFSS it had this bug when I uploaded the game page, can you have a look? I've updated the executables yesterday

thanks :)

Developer

Thanks Arknoid. source is on GitHub. There's a link to it at the game's page

It does not work on the output text during gameplay on Linux64

A very good idea and a great introduction, but I can not find how to open the chest and I do not understand the system of two buttons


You miss the source code ?