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A jam submission

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A relaxing sliding puzzle game.
Submitted by biyectivo (@biyectivo1234) — 11 hours, 58 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Technical Implementation#83.4443.444

Ranked from 9 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

I have read and understand all of the rules on the jam page, and verify we have followed them (type YES)

How many members were on your team?

Which parts did you make BEFORE the jam or used from an external source?
I used my Gamemaker Studio 2 project template

Did you do any challenges? If so, list them here.
3) Recreate music. I performed Gymnopedie #1 from Erik Satie. I downloaded the sheet music from

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sorry, i couldn't play the game, i am on mac, it looks good though

Submitted (1 edit)

The multiple pieces to control provides a neat twist on classc sliding puzzles. Pretty fun, and gets hard later on, nice aesthetics overall. The restart control could be more obvious or labelled in game (I was trying just "r", didn't think of "ctrl+r".


Thanks a lot for your kind comments! I will make restarting easier for future games. :)


This game is very satisfying and the atmosphere relaxing thanks to the music. I feel the timer doesn't do justice to the chill out experience, and I would've like a full screen option. The puzzle design is great, well done.


Hi, thanks a lot for your kind comments! Regarding the fullscreen, I had to restrict full screen due to a bug I couldn't squash.


The music is wonderful, and the puzzles are quite challenging! I had a great time working through each one. Puzzle 14 was by far the hardest, but funnily enough, I completed it in 24 moves (gold was 26) which means my level is still highlighted blue :P.

My only comment would be that I wish there was a way to fullscreen the game. It was really small on my monitor which actually made me miss that TAB lets you choose the note to move. You can imagine my frustration at level 9 xD, but I eventually checked out the tutorial again and saw my error... whoops!

Developer (1 edit) (+1)

Thanks a lot for playing and for the kind comments! I had to disable fullscreen at the last moment due to a bug on the transition and resizing effect I could not squash. Thanks again :)

Also thanks for finding a 24 move solution! I didn't calculate the optimum mathematically. I will find that solution :)


Very nice! I love a good slide puzzle. Great job on the piano too. This one gets challenging fast!


Thank you very much for your kind comments! Best, José