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A jam entry

Blues Mobile Last MissionView game page »

Submitted by Xirzag with 4 hours, 41 minutes before the deadline
Rated by 5 people so far
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Movie scene description (plus video link if possible!)

Does your game or video link contain movie spoilers?

Yes (minor spoilers)

Please list any pre-made art/music/other assets that you used.
All the assets used in the project were created by me except some road models, the earth skybox and some textures.
I will post links to their packages and webs in the description.

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I fell off the level trying to cheat a bit. Got so close to the rocket, but those cops rekt me. Great job on the models and following mechanics, although it would be nice if the cops were a little slower.

Previous comment echoes my sentiments pretty much - it's pretty bad but in a way I got a real kick out of because of the cheesiness of the music coupled with the silly controls. The screenshake was a little excessive but that's ok. Thanks for the game :)

Ugly. Sound and music are terrible. Controls, physics and the AI advantage are frustrating. Camera is horrible. Glitchy as hell, phantom damage from invisible walls and bumps.  

Loved it. Very addictive. Most fun of any I've reviewed so far. Nice work.


What a mix of feelings. Are you okey? XDDD
I run out of time making the game and I had to finish the game too quickly. For example I made the sound and music at the end of the last day. Was that or nothing XD. 

But all of that can be fixed. I'm glad you had fun with it, that was the purpose. 


Don't fix (destroy) it. It's great. I'd leave the game jam version as is,  marked as prototype and with the game jam info'. Use what you've learned to make another or improve this under a new project.