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A jam submission

The Infinitation GameView game page

Help Alan Turing build the first computer!
Submitted by Maddiecorn — 9 hours, 19 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Overall Bad#383.3083.308
Overall Good#532.2312.231

Ranked from 13 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

If you have implemented the modifier, how have you done so?
There is a very small chance that the game goes on forever. It all depends on the odds. The machine can break infinitely. Also, if you avoid collecting the bits, the bike scene can go on forever.

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Neat game! I included it in my compilation video series of the ‘So Bad It’s Good’ Jam, if you’d like to take a look. :)


Enabling the option to set the bike speed really makes the game more playable. Good one.


A really nice idea.  And the bicycle sprite is hilarious.  Also, because of the subject matter, it had a kind of edutainment vibe to it, which is perfect for SBIG. Great work!


Thank you!


This was a nice little game with a cute concept! I only kind of wished a bit that the bicycle game speed was a little higher, but I had fun. Well done!

Developer (1 edit) (+1)

The speed can actually be changed in the options beforehand or by hitting Escape while cycling :D


Whoops, my mistake! Sorry about that. D:


I think initially the theming was great, however I would have liked to seem more of the game mechanics around what Turing actually did, instead of bike rides collecting bits. 

With that said, the procedural generation of each biking section was nice and kept it engaging. Unfortunately if you picked up a bit out of order, but then completed the level, it would still say perfect without telling you that you failed. 

Nice job!


Yes, it was intentionally not punishing the player for the wrong order. However I see that most people would have liked that so I will perhaps change that in the future.

As far as the mechanics are concerned, I really didn't have the possibility to implement anything more with my current skill level in the given time. Maybe I will think of something for another game? :D

Thank you for your input! 


The fact that you did this for 5 jams is mind-blowing


Well I am a beginner and a couple of days is really not a long time to make a game :D


This one is absurd enough to the point where I found it very enjoyable.  Gameplay is simple enough, but I found it a good laugh, and that's what matters in the end!


I'm glad! Thank you!


I've decided to try using a standard format for all my feedback this time around. Please excuse me if I come across as overly curt or miss something important about your game. I'm writing these all quite hastily as there are a lot of games in the jam this year!

What I liked

The graphics.

The general absurdity of the premise.

The "collect the bits with a bike" gameplay (which circles around back to the general absurdity doesn't it)

What I didn't like

There's a kind of clash between the gameplay, which feels very chill and casual and something you just play as long as you feel like, and the narrative, which feels like something that should be completed. It's hard to put this feeling into words.

Did I think it was so bad it was good?

I think so. Not as strongly as some of the other games in the jam but it's in the ballpark.

My thoughts on the modifier implementation

"It could be impossible, depending on the odds" is an interesting take on it though I'd be curious about how well it works out in practice.

Other remarks

The timing is kind of off considering the hype around Alan Turing was a few years ago. Not sure if that makes things better or worse.


Bizarre but cool and kinda fun.

If you have any questions, comments, queries or concerns, please reply and I'll do my best to get back to you.


Thank you!


You miss to make it "impossible"


Well as I mentioned in my submission, there is a small chance that the machine breaks indefinitely. That way, you can't win. Also, many people don't have the patience to play such a dumb game over and over again until they reach the end. It's a very loose adaptation of the modifier :)


It's very much not impossible. But maybe not intentionally so :)

Developer (1 edit)

Yeah, I am aware of that "feature". Sadly we're not allowed to modify submissions during the voting period so I decided to just leave it there :)

Isn't is fun though? A metaphor for how these new generations expect instant gratification without the work lol