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A jam entry

Not GuiltyView game page »

Submitted by fanakartal (@fanakartal_) with 17 hours, 46 minutes before the deadline
Rated by 16 people so far
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Movie scene description (plus video link if possible!)
(The video is the end of the movie, so be careful:)


Does your game or video link contain movie spoilers?

Yes (major spoilers)

Please list any pre-made art/music/other assets that you used.
Background Music: (retro crime movie beat.wav) by zagi2 - https://freesound.org/people/zagi2/sounds/388389/
"Piskel" is used for drawing pixel art.
"Puppet2D" is used to animate characters. ( http://www.puppet2d.com/ )
Photoshop is used for drawing environment objects.

How many members in your team?


Anything you want to say to players before they play?
W, A, S, D for walking around.

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Very cool. I actually loved the glitchy animation. Thought it was cool just to look at. This could be a really cool adventure if you keep working on it.


thank you for your kind words and interest in my game ;) I hope I will continue later on when I have the time; for at least to finish a basic gameplay.


The art style is really cool. Not sure if it was done or there was more to do other than walk around. Let me know and I will replay it again if i missed something. Music was awesome as was the animation.


that's right you can only walk around, I was able to concentrate only the pixel art part due to my limited time. thank you for your nice comments and video :)


am i missing something? is there anything to do other than walking around?


No, you are not. Unfortunately, I've joined the jam a little bit late and I had three days when I decided to join. I am not an artist; so I concentrated on drawing the pixel art rather than actual gameplay -and it was an interesting experience for me-. As a conclusion, with my limited time, I was able to complete this little part only. I hope you liked the art, and thank you for your interest :)