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A jam submission

Build your PathView game page

Made under 24 hours.
Submitted by ThatsMyName — 16 minutes, 4 seconds before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Gameplay#392.1822.857
Audio#481.3091.714
Fits the Theme#501.9642.571
Art Style#511.9642.571
Creativity#521.9642.571
Overall#521.8772.457

Ranked from 7 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Comments

Submitted(+1)

Nice little game, I like the lights part and shadows, the sound FXs are good, interaction system is well done! 

Submitted(+1)

Good game made in 24hours. Next time take just a bit of time to add at least two screenshot to your itch.io page. It will give you more view and more interest. I have almost ignore your game as there is no cover and i have aleready play 60 games in the weekend.

Submitted(+1)

Also next time go check https://itch.io/docs/butler/ to help you publish your game in a one single folder. You setup a folder on your computer create a profile with the buttler app and it will push the game for you correctly with all files in one archive.

Submitted(+1)

Quite an interesting mechanic and very smoothly executed. I would love to see it expand more if you feel like building more. I would suggest for pieces like the moving platform, that you show bounds when moving (other than when it overlaps)

I also really enjoyed being able to switch modes repeatedly.  It adds a sense of control and the ability to immediately correct errors, unlike games like angry birds. 

(+1)

Great little game for only 24hrs! The concept is sound and with more time this could be something great! Keep at it!

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Thanks!

Submitted(+3)

For one day game it is really good. exe and pck files should be in one zip file. transition into new level should enable build mode automatically. Consider making blocks a diffrent colour.