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A jam entry

Afternoon TeaView game page »

For a game jam, defeat the European scum.
Submitted by FrStudios with 9 days, 13 hours before the deadline


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Ranked from 2 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.


In response to Valkarie-Lemons' comment. First off thanks for trying it out! I know it's not the best but I'm still young, Hopefully they'll get better. The whole reload thing was made like that so you would basically have to have 100% accuracy, otherwise it was a bit too easy (mind you that's usually the problem when your game is but 30 seconds long) but I wanted to add some element of challenge and because my game was so simple and small that's all I could do. I did try to make it pause until you've finished reading it, I think that may be a glitch, though right now I'm more concerned with making a new game rather than putting glitter on some faecal matter. I did try to make the timings random, I think I was rushing myself near the end as I wanted to do my A-level coursework, but if I revisited it I guess one solution I can think of right now is spawn points, but as i said before glitter on faecal matter.

It's a rather simple game (not that it is a bad thing), but there are a few things which make it more frustrating then enjoyable. The reload per throw is a little too slow, making it that you almost have to have 100% accuracy each time. However, in terms of gameplay, it's a fully functioning little game and ultimately it does what it says on the (biscuit) tin, although I may have made the game pause until you finish reading the opening comic strip. Another slight change I would have made (although this is a minor thing) is make it to randomise which nations enter, just to have a bit more variety.

While it was amusing to see all the different European characters enter with their little caricatures, I don't think it's really my type of humour.

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