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A jam entry

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Virtual Drum Simulator
Submitted by CarniBlood (@CarniBlood) with 3 days, 4 hours before the deadline

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Please describe your creation.
Squirrels teach you to play rhythms on a virtual drum kit.

Programming language?
Javascript (Unity), C++

Video of your demo? (Strongly recommended for hardware hacks.)

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pehrlich · 314 days ago


Thanks for trying and commenting my game!
And this is good advice for the text. I didn't know about the outline component, I will have a look. Thanks for this too!

You made a good point about the sandbox mode. I want to let the user plays freely the drums, but from what I tried, a plain sandbox mode is somehow not so fun since it feels a little bit aimless. I have in mind several features I have to make first, but they are too much big for the scope of this jam.

Since I will continue this project beyond the 3D Jam, this feature (together with a VR mode) are definetely my next big milestone goals. Stay tuned on my twitter if you are interested, I will probably start to talk about my progress on those subjects soon!

Matt (View their submission) · 350 days ago

(Early Test - 3 Days before deadline)

Another cool rhythm game! I am glad that you opted to allow hands in place of tool tracking, it's not always easy to find objects which the Leap will recognize as a tool. Really like the stretching & squashing you have on the drums when hit, this makes it feel very responsive. I also like your tutorial & gradual increase in challenge, which makes the game very easy to pick up and play. I enjoyed the improv time, perhaps a sandbox mode with the user just presented with a drum kit could be cool? The black text on the UI is quite hard to read, Unity has an outline component you can add to text elements which should help with this (that's how I fixed this issue with my game). Overall very cool.

Good Stuff!

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