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A jam submission

In The BeginningView game page

Submitted by TkiljoyDev — 3 hours, 52 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Fits the Theme#312.9172.917
Creativity#462.3332.333
Art Style#472.2502.250
Overall#472.0502.050
Audio#491.2501.250
Gameplay#541.5001.500

Ranked from 12 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Comments

Submitted

Congrats on your game! I like clickers, so I finished your one! It's good to see a thing you can upgrade and I get excited when I see the visual results! The game is too small and just clicking it can be boring so maybe you need to add some little extra mechanics? 

Submitted

Its a cool game but in my browser the game was a little bit cut off.

I played the first game but I couldnt play the second game

Submitted

Very cool game! I love the art style and the planet looks amazing! Very simple and lovely little game! Great job!

I liked the first part, sadly my screen size wasn't working well with it so it was a little odd in the second part. (Used an auto-clicker to speed run it XD) Solid little game for you to have put it together in such a short time. Would be cool to add audio of some kind though!

Submitted(+1)

Nice job and way to submit a game and not give up! The first part was really cool where you had to collect energy to create the first world and it was also pretty cool how you can upgrade it and it had a different look every time you did! But, it did start to get repetitive as it was a clicker game, so that is going to happen. Also, make sure when you create a UI canvas in Unity you scale it with screen size so no matter what the screen size is, it will fit the screen! Overall, well done!

Submitted

First part was ok but you lost me on second part where there wasn't any feedback about clicks, I didnt want to waste my time to click something 500 times without any reward.

Developer

at the top there was a click counter and after every upgrade you would get more clicks per click

Submitted

played at 1600x900 and it propably broke UI

Developer

oh i see

Submitted

At least you publish something you can be proud of that. We were a lot to join but only 30% of people submit. Good luck for the future game jam is about the experience and the learning more than the result.

Developer

Thank you sadly i feel this couldve been better if school hadnt been so brutal

Submitted

It's okay it's part of life. Now it's time to enjoy the other submission. Go have a look on some of them and have some fun i have already play some cool game on this game jam. And your project can be continue later if you want or just take this as a learning experience.

Submitted

By the way, if you got a bit of time i would appreciate to get your feedback on my entry: https://itch.io/jam/kindred-community-jam-6/rate/989211

Developer

Sorry it was so Short ran out of time because of college work and such but enjoy!