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Snow PhantomView game page

You're stuck in a loop of killing yourself and possessing new bodies.
Submitted by Voycawojka (@IdeasAlmanac) — 6 hours, 42 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Use of the Limitation#44.0004.000

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

Team members
Filip Artur Kowalski

Software used
Godot, Blender, Audacity

Cookies eaten
About 4, I think

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Nice! Liked the style, long shadows and all, and nice use of the concept, although quite cruel ;) To possess someone only to throw them off a cliff... ^^

I got stuck once I did that, so had to read the hints, and sometimes it was a bit tricky to get aligned with sth to get the action showing up, other than that, really well done!


Wow. Very good concept and good npc dialogue. The style and the sounds make it quite eerie and along with the story (I possess strangers and throw them off the cliff) you have the potential to make a fully fledged horror game.


The thing I liked most about the game is the style. It looks unusual and scary. Not for the first time I understood how everything works here, but the mechanics are great.

Great job in 3 days


The atmosphere and minimalist aesthetic both worked well together to provide a rather eerie experience. Moving a little faster, or maybe just a further render distance would have been nice to better see where I was trying to go. Great job!


Thanks for the feedback ;D That's true, the feeling of being lost may be a bit too heavy with this art style.

It would help me to know: did you need to read the hints in the description (were you stuck at any point)?

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If I may answer from my own experience, I couldn't figure out that the bird could carry the canister. I was looking for a way to get down from the cliff without dying at first. The npc tried to explain to me that "birds can carry small cargo" but it flew over my head, I thought it was random npc talk. If you highlighted that part I think I would have gotten the hint.


Very nice atmosphere! Loved the looks and the mystery that the foggy environment evokes.


Glad you liked it! 

I must ask: did you need to read the hints in the description or was the goal clear to you?