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A jam entry

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Short platformer created for the 2017 Music Game Jam. Jump around on spinning records to reach the end.
Submitted by Danmazing with 8 hours, 36 minutes before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw score
Innovation#362.7473.071
Fun#392.3642.643
Overall#432.4922.786
Music#442.4282.714
Visuals#561.7251.929

Ranked from 14 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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

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This is actually a kinda clever gameplay mechanic for the situation -the name pun too. xD  It's simple yet genius.  Just jumping on spinning records like that creates an interest play experience -awesome work! :D

The spinning records made this very challenging! lol, not a bad thing though.

Developer

Thanks! I'm happy you enjoyed the game!

Nice game! Very challenging. The mechanic of the records spinning, in combination with the platforming made for a very unique game. My only complaint is that due to the lack of lighting, at some points I found it hard to measure the distance between certain records. Good job! :)

Developer(+1)

I'm glad you liked the game! I see the lighting problem now, I think the biggest problem is that the records are too close in color (so there isn't enough contrast to see them) to the backgrounds and some of the materials used on them are reflective and transparent which combined with the lack of contrast makes them harder to see with the lighting that I had. I changed the colors of each size of records in my own copy of the game to colors that contrast more with the background and the other records and that made it a lot easier to see them and judge the distances. I'll definitely pay closer attention to that in the future though! thanks!