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A jam submission

GalaxyJumpView game page

A 2D platformer where you jump beteween planets
Submitted by HyperDrop Studios, biowater — 5 hours, 2 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Art#423.6253.625
Creative use of theme#473.7503.750
Sound#513.1253.125

Ranked from 8 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Submitted

This was a simple but really good game,

You have to get all the collectibles to move forwards.

It is pretty easy, but later on at the 3 black holes it got a bit more difficult. I don't think you could get in the building at the end?

Either way, very good entry!

Submitted

I love the art, simple and clean! The mechanic is well executed and polished!

Submitted (1 edit)

I love this! This was fun and the art style was very relaxed but looked beautiful. I've dealt with gravity physics before and I know it can be annoying, so cheers, and good job! Also reminded me of Mario Galaxy.

Submitted

This game is amazing, i love the mechanic and the art, in some tiny planets i am kind of get stuck by the colittions and i would like see an circumference around the planets to know when i drop to another. Keep the hard work.

Developer

I'm glad you like it :)

About the collisions, there is not really a circumference that determine when you can go to a planet to another, it is based on which planet has the stronger gravitational pull on you, that is determinated by the mass of the planet divided by the player distance from it center, so it wold be harder do do a visual representation of that.

And there is a mechanic that is not easy to get, but when you do you wont get "stuck" in the moons, is that when you get horizontal velocity you can actually kind of enter in orbit, so to not get stuck just run and jump ;). This mechanic is not as transparent as I wold have liked to be.