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A jam submission

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Run!
Submitted by Brain in a Bowl (@braininabowl) — 6 hours, 48 minutes before the deadline
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Play house

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Art#24.0714.071
Overall#33.6433.643
Audio#43.2863.286
Gameplay#63.7863.786
Presentation#73.4293.429

Ranked from 14 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Team members
Just me

Software used
TIC-80

Cookies eaten
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Comments

Submitted

Love the game, mechanics are simple & enjoyable, the whole is really well executed :D

Submitted

I love a good House of Leaves reference :) this is super atmospheric and the puzzle element is fun, awesome job!

Developer

Thanks! It took me a while to realise I was basically making a House of Leaves game, but once I did I just went all in on it. Glad you liked it, and glad you recognised the reference.

Submitted

cool time killer puzzle. Rotating would be nice since the elevation differences can sometimes make it hard to see where exactry you need to go.  

Are you being eaten by the plants? They cannot see me because they will get angry.

Developer

They just hold you in place until the bigger monster comes to finish it. Or until you manage to break free.

Submitted

Really love the aesthetic of this game! The rest of the game feels super polished too, great job!

Developer

Thanks! I really loved your submission as well.

Submitted

I loved the puzzle solving and the aesthetic of this game. Great design!

Developer

Thanks!

Submitted

Good Game. Very exciting!

Developer

Glad you like it!

Submitted

Hey, once you figure out the dodge mechanic can be used to bridge gaps the game becomes quite addictive for such a simple concept. Would like to see possible WASD or arrow key input added, aside from that really good submission!

Developer (1 edit)

Thanks! I originally used arrow keys, but mapping those to isometric directions gets very confusing. Maybe I can figure out something with WESD controls.