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A jam submission

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Can you help your clan find The Source?
Submitted by Little Glyph Games (@littleglyph) — 20 hours, 41 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
How it looks#63.5443.647
How it sounds#73.2013.294
Fun to play#93.2583.353
How well the theme was used#103.3163.412

Ranked from 17 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Unity for the game engine, Illustrator for UI, Photoshop for 2D visuals and textures, and then Blender for 3D modelling

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Yes, let's make some thinking around hehe, very nice job with this idea! huh I did not know you made the models too, knew about the drawing cause you told us, but hey you absolutely went and did everything, well done!!!


its very suprisinly good. a bit confusing but the idea of using the litteral meaning of go back are briliant use. i have been enjoy to paly, even if i dont have space in my pc to play very well XD


This absolutely blew me away. Great work. Took me a few mins to realize what was going on but wow. Great work on the graphics, fantastic flow on the gameplay & mechanics. Solid controls and instructions. Just brilliant. Can't find fault with it at all! :D Thank you for the submission!


I really enjoyed this.  Nice and mysterious, really great ideas on breaking the 4th wall.  These kind of mind-bending games are 100% my jam!  Awesome job!


Confusing experience. Though, intriguing and somehow genuine. Is it intentional that the game exits when you click on the cabin on the map (if you do not “resume” it)?


yes, that was intentional. 


Was really short for me but good work!


thanks! Not a lot of time to make too much content, puzzle games are pretty difficult to make quickly, especially with 3D, and I wanted to make sure the game was well polished. 

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Hey not really sure if there is a clear ending I am aiming at. I think I solved most of the game.

It was a lot of fun, had a hard time figuring out how to get the saves open.

We played this one as a group chat, and had a great time all chipping in to solve this. That was great, cool to see a puzzle game for a game jam! 


How to get endings become a bit more clear...after opening the first safe (sci-fi room). The password can be found using the map. 


Interesting concept, I thought the animations were slick and the story is interesting. The puzzles were all pretty straightforward, although I'm not sure I made it to the end of the game, since I wasn't able to figure out the last guy's name. It took me a little bit to figure out how to move around the way I wanted to and it wasn't always clear what I could and couldn't click on. Also, I understand it's relevant to the gameplay and story and isn't malicious, but I'd appreciate it if the game didn't add files to my computer without letting me know.


Thanks for the feedback. The last guys name is Sinkus btw, he's a character from one of my other games. 

As for the file created to your computer, it's just a Json file, no different than any save file created by any other game or application.