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A jam submission

Balance SimulatorView game page

Game made for Mini Jam 34
Submitted by Zom' (@ZOm__YT), Mysterious_Dev (@mysterious_devs) — 12 hours, 7 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Art#103.3173.667
Audio#182.2112.444
Presentation#222.5132.778
Overall#222.5382.806
Gameplay#242.1112.333

Ranked from 9 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Team Members
Zom'
Mysterious_Dev

Software used
Unity
Photoshop
BFXR

Cookies eaten
A LOT

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Comments

Submitted

Pressing two keys simultaneously is pretty hard, I had to push them a few times to get it right.

I don't really understand what "one wood" or "one lead" is, so at this point there's no guessing. It would be nice to, for example, guess the density of a material, not the weight of one piece(?) of it.

Except for that, I really liked the art and sounds, they were really light-hearted and pleasant.

Submitted

Without the rocks and wood etc being different sizes, it became more of a memory game than a guessing game. I like the idea of it though, reminds me of the "what's heavier, a kilogram of feathers or a kilogram of steel" meme. 

The A and E button inputs combined need a bit more of a window so you don't have to get them frame-perfect. Some simple background music would also be nice between the dings.

Submitted

Decently made, but it took me a long time to figure out I had to press the A and E button at the exact same time. I pressed A first and then E and vice versa for a while. Some music would liven it up a little as well, but overall very nice.