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A jam entry

Shield GuyView game page »

reflect attacks from enemies and jump on platforms lol
Submitted by farazinc with 2 days, 11 hours before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw score
Gameplay#73.9383.938
Theme#243.6253.625
Overall#312.8132.813
Graphics#382.5632.563
Music#441.1251.125

Ranked from 16 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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(+1)

Simple, fast, fun, no points for graphics and music, and the theme use is questionable "reflection" is not the same as "mirrors" but full points for gameplay. Also the 4 on the floor in level 2 took me a bit, then I remembered you can jump.

A fun little entry, could be expanded more with changing the mirror alignment to deflect the bullets in other directions perhaps.

(+1)

Simple and effective. This would probably remind me of games form the nineties if I was alive back then.

(+1)

I feel same.

(+1)

Bit too hard on level 2. I couldn't get past the enemies on the ground, but good job with the overall gameplay. 

(+1)

Liked the satisfying gameplay, but the trial-and-error gameplay was a bit repetitive, as I couldn't see some of the enemies until I fell right on top of them. If some music was added I would've given it a higher rating, but overall I like the aesthetic and gameplay!

(+1)

not bad.  Interesting platforming mechanic.  The fast level restart is nice given that there is a few spots  that were basically trial an error (or at least I did't figure out how to know where to land with out falling a few times to see what was below).  Was confused on the last level where all the enemies were 'locked up' and just needed to platform to the end, no enemies in a location that were a danger.  Somethings that would be a nice addition would be a 'look around' ability so you can plan your jumps that are 'off screen' and even some really basic 8-bit sounds for the jumping and shots (ie http://www.bfxr.net/).  the controls felt responsive and tight, level design was decent.