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A jam entry

Space Dust CleanersView game page »

Clean space dust, don't get killed
Submitted by Rui Madeira (@ruimm) with 11 hours, 57 minutes before the deadline

Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw score
Audio#83.8463.846
Fun#83.9623.962
Overall#104.0004.000
Overall#113.7883.788
Graphics#133.9623.962
Innovation#213.3853.385
Theme#303.5773.577

Ranked from 26 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Comments

Really cute game! I wish I was able to jump to the other platforms easier. I included it in my LibGDX Jam compilation video series, if you would like to take a look :)

Really pleased when I got them all, it kept me playing

Very nice. Like Super Crate Box for neat freaks. It certainly has that one more go factor - I died several times and kept just pressing P for another go.

34sec after 2.534.251 attempts!!!!!!!! :D AHAHAHAHAH! fun!

This is great fun, bit tricky though! Still haven't managed to clear the level!

Ahhhh!! after 2 days i finally managed to beat the level!!

Difficult but very hooking! The music is really catchy!

Developer

@mmachida Hey 25Secs is great! Better than i ever did! :)

Beautiful art style and song. This game is very hard, I did 25sec: Score

Developer

Thanks all for the nice comments :)

@agmcleod, sorry it didn't work. I didn't want to use Packr (or similar tools) to avoid the bloated file size. I made the game in OS X, maybe you're using an older Java version than the one i used? Maybe updating the Java version would make it work?

Gave you 5 stars for everything! I love it! Amazing music, and cute game idea!

It's pretty addictive game, I like it.

couldnt beat the first level haha its tough :)

Definitely has that one more go factor! excellent!

Wouldnt run on my machine, just got "A java exception has occured". Succeeded in running other games. It might be best to look at packr, to deliver a JDK with your game.