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A jam entry

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Rorty is physics-based puzzle-platformer where you control team of robots who must rescue passengers of damaged cruiser.
Submitted by alxmtv (@alx_mtv) with 14 hours, 5 minutes before the deadline

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Ranked from 38 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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I also included it in my article of favorites from this jam here!


@Jupiter_Hadley Thanks, great work. Nice compilation. :)

Nice graphics! I included it in my LibGDX Jam compilation video series, if you would like to take a look :)

Really nice look, using the two robots together is cool, liked using the little robot to scope out the level first.

Nice lighting and graphics too.

Very fun puzzle game, beautiful graphics, I liked how you need to use both characters together to solve the puzzle and the mechanics to press a button, open doors and use the elevator. Great game!

Those puzzles took me longer than they really should, the two robots working together was fun.

Very cute graphics and animation and really nice puzzles.

graphics, audio and mechanics fall together into a nice coherent game, well done!

I like this one! Nice puzzles and fun companion mechanic. I just feel that controls could be little simpler.


Extremely polished game, very cool puzzle ideas. I think i also so the companion mechanic in some other game :D The box2d based movement can sometimes be a bit cumbersome on elevators, especially if you have to move boxes around. Top notch otherwise!

It is a very polished puzzle game, with lots of fun for those who like this kind of game. I didn't find a strong connection with the theme, though.

Great graphics and audio. I like the puzzle mechanics as well, very nice. However, I got stuck between a movable box and a fixed box but I couldn't push the former at all :-S.

Very creative and lots of fun! Love the audio, especially the main robot move sounds.