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A jam submission

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When you merge houses to make towns!
Submitted by Tim Krief (@timkrief) — 3 minutes, 12 seconds before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Art & Graphics#54.1114.111
Crafting Mechanics#152.7782.778
Audio & Music#271.0001.000

Ranked from 9 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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The mouse-over select bugged out for me a few times, but all in all a well put together demo I think. You've said a few times you're planning to keep poking away at it, I'm curious to see where you take it!


A fun little demo! The low poly models are really nice, and I really enjoyed finding all the different combinations. Lack of chill tunes & a restart button were a dissapointment though. Reminds me of that old 2048 game. also what is this font? 

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Definitely need settings to tone the graphics down. AA, bloom are things I never have on anyway, but this was a little choppy!

Anyway, this looks awesome and I think this would be a great base for a merge game. It already looks similar to Civilisation 2048, for example. Though I think this'd be more suited to a game where you pickup/place the tiles rather than shift them, then like 4 matching tiles automatically goes up a level.

I'm actually not a fan of the focus effect, where you bring the focused tile up and lower the rest. Maybe if this was more subtle, rather than taking everything out of view...

But yeah, really cool, look forward to seeing this evolve!


love the game


Thank you very much :)


The game will need some further improvements, but I love the concept (I have not seen something like this before).

Also the graphics are very sweet :D.

keep it up!


Thank you very much. Yes I totally agree with you, this is only at a demo state in my opinion. I will continue to work on it after the jam ends :) (thanks for the sweet words about the graphics, it took some work :D )