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A jam submission

5 Second FuseView game page

A platformer about destroying walls to reach the gem
Submitted by adszads — 6 hours, 30 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Overall#43.9233.923
Gameplay#53.9233.923
Presentation#63.9233.923
Art#74.0774.077
Audio#73.7693.769

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

Team members
adszads

Software used
Love2D
VS Code
Aseprite
Bfxr

Cookies eaten
Some

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Comments

Submitted

One of the best in the jam! I did find some kind of wonky collision bugs but overall very nice, and the art was excellent.

Developer

Thanks :)

Submitted

Nice game! I enjoyed the variety of inter-mechanic interactions. Controls were pretty awkward at first, but I got the hang of it eventually.

Developer

Thanks!

Submitted

Very fun, I did find the controls very awkward though. Once the player would pick up the bomb just walking into it I had trouble getting it off of him without jumping, not sure if this was intended? Was fun either way, though I didn't get to the end because of the controls.

Developer

Thanks, I haven't seen that bug before, I will see if I can reproduce it

Submitted

Really nice little puzzle platformer. I enjoyed it. As kavi said, though, I experienced a few collision bugs.

Developer

Thanks, yeah, there are definitely some bugs with the collision, I think they are caused by the thin platforms with one way collisions but I haven't found a fix yet...

Submitted

Excellent experience and presentation. This may be related to the engine, but I did sometimes glitch outside of tiles if I was moving against a wall, for instance. Great work!

Developer

Thanks! 

Submitted

To be honest....I like your game best :D

Developer

Thanks, glad you enjoyed it :) 

Submitted

Why no web?

Developer(+1)

Sorry, Love2D doesn't export to web

Submitted

I really think it is awesome when someone works in a different 'engine' or from a different base...it makes clear how many options there really are to make great games...I will download and try it out.