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A jam submission

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A tiny polymetric game
Submitted by Ferran Bertomeu (@fonserbc) — 1 day, 12 hours before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Authenticity (Use of resolution restriction)#24.9234.923

Ranked from 13 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Nice sounds. I included it in my LOWREZJAM compilation video series, if you’d like to take a look. :)


I spent 20 minutes just making satisfying little loops before I remembered there was a puzzle to do. I know it's a bit much to ask, but I kinda want an export feature - I really like some of the stuff I've made with this! (love the concept)


Thanks! I thought about exporting, I'll give it another thought


I would not have thought that it can be possible to do a puzzle game based on the music in that way. 
Good work.

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adding the puzzles and using the background image of the page for the speakers was super clever, this is a cool entry


Really cool thing to just play about with. And solving puzzles is a neat bonus!

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Really cool even though I'm not very good at it. Maybe add difficulty levels or start with easier to solve patterns? Also every song I made reminded me of "The Chain" by Fleetwood Mac. Then I almost forgot to rate this as I was listening to that song. :)


interesting concept and well executed.  not as much gameplay as I would like although I wasn't quite smart enough to figure out the whole placement to fully fill in the required graph at the top ;P  well done outside the box thinking

I assisted on a game for this jam.  would love to hear your ideas on our game :)



This is beautiful! I love how the full layout is used as the poly, it makes it feel authentic.


Thank you! It was actually quite a struggle between how real I wanted it to look and how many buttons, screens and layouts needed to be there haha It was a fun challenge, I really like LowRezJam for that reason.

In the end, with the background image of the page, I think it really helps make it feel real :)