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Map editing a running game is normal, right?
Submitted by BageDevimo with 3 hours, 26 minutes before the deadline

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Good start! I included it in my Kenney Jam compilation video series, if you’d like to take a look. :)


Excellent job on TileEdit! I played the game, and review it here. Although I'm not sure how this would be considered a full game, but I LOVE the features implemented here.... I think the editing works very well, and I think the clouds came out great as well! Great job on working it through, and coming out on the other side! All the best. - Haddicus      


Wow! What an honour! Yes, there are only two levels, you did everything right. I need to put more emphasis on the "very unfinished bit" I think. :)

I think I am going to take a bit further, remove the glitch aspect of the "story" and develop it into more of a puzzle game where you assemble levels for your AI player to solve.
Big features I think it needs in order to be fun are:

  • Dragging tiles around, including out of some kind of palette (maybe a fixed number per level or something?)
  • Waaaaaaaaay more levels, with some actual difficulty.
  • Automatic AI (no tick box, the "player" just continually roaming around trying to solve the stage)
  • Any kind of menu / intro.

Again, thanks so much for even looking and your lovely feedback!


Great job.  I love the clouds and the click to rotate mechanic is cool.


Thanks so much. I was actually really uncertain about the clouds and still am, but I think there is a nice effect to be achieved here somehow. Maybe if the clouds are also isometric and kind of look like they're being projected onto a wall behind the "island", or something. Anyway, thanks for looking and thanks for the feedback!