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30 Second QuestView game page

Submitted by Aokami — 1 hour, 7 minutes before the deadline
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Ranked from 14 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Well, the artwork looks really good, but the rooms are a bit stale. Try adding some variety like suspended platforms, hidden passages, stairs, pits and so on.


been thinking of adding obstacles like spikes or magma the idea of hidden passaage is interesting and will try to implament that in the game all in all thanks for the suggestion. Your game looks amazing the lighting just 


I like the art styles and the way the slimes look. There were a handful of things that really keep this from shining though.

The slime look like they're just floating, and the lack of sound effects makes it really hard to tell when they're attacking/when you're taking damage.  The music kinda gets on the nerves after a little while, too. I hope you polish it up!


Thank you for the critisism, I'm going to fix those problems later and hopefully will be better than its current state. Also I'm  a fan of your entry in the spotlight video, the art just pop and the colors make it more visualy appealing to me.

As such I'm very much happy to see a great game developer such as yourself to comment on my very first game jam 


Haha, I appreciate the compliments, but this is only my second game. I think that your game is good stuff, and you'll be making great games in no time. It just takes a couple tries for you to really get the hang of it. :D


I dig the art. Good job!


Thank you your the very first one to comment on my entry and i'm very happy to see a great game developer would rate and compliment my game and hope to try your game because it looks great. As such I am very thankful to partisipate in this gamejam because comments like this is what drives me to become more confident in what im doing and if there is any mistakes on my part please yell me so I can be 


Oh please, please. I'm by no means a great developer (yet :P). But thank you very much for the kind words. Keep it up man! See you in the next jam ;)