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A jam submission

PILE UP!View game page

Submitted by m-bt — 5 hours, 34 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Presentation#33.8333.833
Overall#63.4583.458
Audio#83.3333.333
Art#93.3333.333
Gameplay#113.3333.333

Ranked from 12 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Team Members
Just me

Software used
Unity

Cookies eaten
A lot (I didn't count) :D

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Comments

(+1)

Reminds me of an arcade game I've played. Nonetheless, great game! :D

Submitted (1 edit) (+1)

Nice game, my only criticism would be the color choice - specifically the background color.

Developer

Are they too bright or you don't like how they work together? 

Submitted(+1)

Stellar presentation - already looks like a final mobile game. Excellent work!

Submitted(+1)

Simple concept and art style makes quite an addicting game! Could make a good mobile game imo

Submitted(+1)

Honestly, I really enjoyed playing this game. The atmosphere is great, then sound design works really well, and I found myself playing this for longer than I expected. I could definitely see this as a viable mobile game.

Submitted(+1)

I get my best score in this game by simply doing nothing, but I'm sure that's on me instead of on the game. Nice concept, and I really like the clean aesthetic.

Submitted(+1)

I like the game concept. I think choosing two keys a little closer would have been better (like F and H for example). The music is a little too repetitive. The visuals are simple but neat, it's nice to look at. It's a simple but well made game. Good job ^_^

Developer (1 edit)

Thank you for feedback! I chose F and J because you can easly find them on keyboard without looking (most of keyboards have those little bumps on those keys). And I find it easier and more precise to use both hands to controll movement in this case. But yea the more I play the more I hate the music I made. It's super repetitive but better something like that than nothing. Well the 'sound design ' is defenitely the thing I have to improve :D