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A jam entry

Escape SequenceView game page »

Grab control and make your way out
Submitted by Peter Kiss (@yscik), lucak, TwinkleNoodle with 8 hours, 1 minute before the deadline

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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Gameplay Innovation#24.3334.333
Metaness Quality#54.3334.333
Uniqueness of Metaness#104.0564.056

Ranked from 18 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Relevant Metaness Categories

Genre Deconstruction

How is your game meta (within each relevant category)?
Gets to the bottom of this platformer business.

Please list any pre-made art/music/other assets that you used.
Fonts: Quantum, 04B_03

How many members in your team?

Team of 3

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This was pretty awesome! I was enjoying it, however, I found a couple ways to get permanently stuck! That's never fun =(

Overall, pretty fantastic!


Thanks! Sorry about the getting stuck thing, worked on the most common cases, but you guys keep finding new ones :)

Of course! Playtesting likes to break things in new and interesting ways =D  Still a great experience though!

Awesome job guys!


thank you :D 

The player character is so cute! Sometimes a bit confusing but I guess that was intended. 
Nice work guys!


Thanks! That was indeed intended, I saw it as fitting for the game (honestly I think everyone gets confused playing it at some point)


Awesomely cool idea! Love the art, the meta stuff, and Godot looks neat.

Couldn't finish it though, I tried dropping the mouse cursor on the X button at the starting area but it somehow doesn't work, and I couldn't locate any other X buttons. It's also possible to be stuck permanently if you drop back to the starting area unintentionally. One of my favs, and I love the mouse cursor constructing the level real time (wish there was more of that!)



Thanks! We ended up having quite a few ideas and mechanics in the game, but wanted to keep the playtime down, so some of them had rather short appearances, like the real time level construction. 

As for using the mouse cursor, I'd suggest trying the buttons on your real world device ;)

Really a great game! I enjoyed it very much! Runs perfectly on my low power ubuntu 17.10 laptop.

Check out our game: https://thinkdownstairs.itch.io/coder


Cheers! Will definitely try out yours!

I really liked this! Although when I got to the part with the big yellow mouse cursor, it put a block on top of me and stuck me in the ground. I got stuck and had to quit! D:


Thanks! Yeah, the cursor turned out to be the greatest enemy in the game, gotta be careful around that :)


Awesome work!


Glad you like it!