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A jam submission

do robots dream?View game page

Shooter meets platformer meets mystery meets super8bitRafa
Submitted by Super8BitRafa (@JREAwesome) — 31 seconds before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Overall#14.3814.381
Sounds#14.5714.571
Art#14.8574.857
Gameplay#53.7143.714

Ranked from 7 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Genres
platformer and story and shooter

Team members
alone

Software used
gamemaker

Cookies eaten
12

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Comments

Very well polished game. Great job! The art, animations, and sounds are great too.

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Incredible! I got immersed super quickly and wanted to keep going when it ended. I love the physics of the game. Everything's super responsive and feels great to jump around in. Smashing that blaster was cathartic too. Loved how everything in the background jostles around to make explosions feel intense. The sprite work was excellent as always, and the dialogue was neat. Excellent work. 10/10 would play again. 

Submitted(+1)

Supercool! For less than three days of work, I am impressed by the quality of this game!

(+1)

I like the vibes of this game! Interesting setup for the story, and the jumping/shooting felt pretty good. I found a glitch that felt inescapable, though. If you are hit by an enemy during dialogue, the player can't move and can't be killed. I wanted to explore a lot, but any time I did, I had to walk twice the distance to reach the next story part. Maybe add a running button? I'll play some more of this later and see if I can revise this take.

Developer

Thanks for the kind words I will make a note of that and fix it ASAP.

(+1)

Heya ! Really nice game and well polished over here ;) Still, isn't that game a modified version of SaberPunk ?

Anyway, good job ;)

Developer

Although it does take the visual style from saber punk (and expands on it quite a bit) I coded the whole game from scratch, made a whole bunch of new animations, a new dialogue system, quest system, and composed original music for it. And since I was under the impression that people could use assets that they have the rights to I figured I could re-use the enemy sprites and bounce pads without breaking the rules. I feel that's okay

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Well then I feel too that's okay ! You make an awesome work in few days, good job ;)

What's a sabre punk?

(+1)

A game he seems to have deleted from his account after the jam which really look like this one