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A jam entry

Machine SoundsView game page »

Submitted by whitehawk77 with 1 day, 1 hour before the deadline

Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw score
Music#512.2082.667
Innovation#531.9322.333
Overall#581.7942.167
Visuals#591.4491.750
Fun#611.1731.417

Ranked from 12 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Please mention below any pre-made music or art assets you used.
Game Boy Drum Kit from http://bedroomproducersblog.com/

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Interesting idea. Not really sure how to interact with it, but the music is nice.

Crunchy gb chip nostalgia -I could listen to this for hours!!!!!! :D

Nice music! I included it in my Music Game Jam compilation video series, if you’d like to take a look :)

@Itooh another key to press is "S" :D

Fun little thing right there, but it's almost a pity that you submitted it so early when there were potential leads for true goodness!

- Love the theme, love that you replicated it on the itch.io page

- Love the small footprint and the single exe file. I must ask: what technology did you use there? Looks like it's using no external libraries or such and at this size I won't blame you for not including midi controller support and the like :P

- Additional screen space would have been nice (maybe simply double each graphic's size. Even small smartphones usually rock a 720p screen nowadays.) You could have used that space to write down instructions

- Interactions were musical and visual but felt a bit unnecessary since there was already so much music to begin with: I would suggest starting with less and let the user add things. I felt like whenever I pressed a key I was messing with the music, making it worse. That doesn't make me want to interact with it, which a game should push towards!

I hope you find this feedback useful. Please let me know what the tech was!

See you at the next jam! Take care!

Good job here! Procedural music is always tricky. The games creates a cool ambiance, with some interesting rhythms. Cool selection of sounds!

I wonder how interactions work though? I've been able to play one of the instrument with A... But that's it! Are the others interactive as well? Is there a free mode (if not, that could be fun)?