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A jam submission

SlenderlikeView game page

Pseudo-3D Randomized Horror Egg-hunt.
Submitted by sprvlln — 9 hours, 42 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Creative use of art assets#4532.6303.143
Overall polish#5082.2712.714
Overall#5112.4302.905
Engagement#5262.3902.857

Ranked from 7 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Comments

Submitted(+1)

Probably the best horror take in the jam. Though the controls were hard to master, it was a pretty scary experience for me and my little sister who was sitting beside me. So good job on your game!

Developer

dude thanks! :D

Submitted(+1)

This is a pretty good horror game! The menu screen was particularly nice, it reminded me of the game Crawl with the glitching effects. The game had a pretty spooky feel and was fairly engaging, especially when the ghost started coming. The controls were fairly confusing - I seemed to be moving in a diagonal direction when I was facing forward and rotated in the same direction - but this didn't detract from the game too much. Overall, good game!

Developer

Thank you!

Submitted(+1)

Playing in Windows 10 with a 1080p screen and the game starts in fullscreen. I couldn’t find a way to make it windowed. The game is low-res and extremely pixelated; I think it’s too harsh if this is the aesthetic you’re going for because of the Slender theme. If it was not intentional, then you’ll probably have to change the display resolution and/or make sure that the sprites are imported into Godot with “Filtering” unchecked.

This game also needs something different to make it stand out from the usual - a more unique twist to make it more engaging. Perhaps having more information to let players deduce the location of the ghost, or have tools to operate like a flashlight or camera, and mechanics that give a good reason for players to explore and collect the yellow stuff. Nevertheless, I did play the game, got jumpscared and ear-r*ped. Good job!

Developer

Thank you! I was still just learning the ropes of Godot, try out Housesitter! Much better and prettier survival horror.