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A jam submission

The Eldorado MissionView game page

Underwater Submarine Treasure Retrieval
Submitted by Dino0040, Rozzo (@Rozzo_Le_Vrai), Kyle Waldon (@kwaldonmusic), RyanAvx (@ryanandbreezy) — 8 minutes, 27 seconds before the deadline
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Streamer's Choice#1n/an/a

Ranked from 16 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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The game was good  and the graphics were nice over all fun and good game.


This game was really well developed and pretty creative of you guys! The sound was chill, the gameplay was pretty nice, although I would of liked it if you added some WASD movements to make it better to maneuver around,  and the objectives were pretty nice! Overall, it was fun and pretty enjoyable!


I really like the ping functionality but a small popup saying you can do it with space would help. I thought it was all through UI at first.


We couldn't decide whether or not to add some kind of keyboard functionality to the game. In the end time constraints prevented us from changing anything in the controls, so the 2 keys that are still there are just remnants left from earlier prototypes before we had the UI implemented.


Still a great game though. Well done.


Amazing UI and it all works together very well!


Very atmospheric. Sound, art and gameplay is well composed. Very good game! :)


Very nice game. Awesome music, exciting gameplay and this UI... This is one of my favourite games in this gamejam


Love the UI, the panel gives a touch of realism to controlling the submarine. The sonar and map drawing is undoubtedly very cool. I was a little confused about what to do with chests at first though. Good entry!


Really nice! Was surprisingly soothing to control the sub with the sliders. Good job!


Extremely good idea; well executed! Good job :D


Love the look of the game and the feel of it. The first time I tried it I didn't get it at first but once I looked over the directions again and gave it another try I loved it!

Maybe you could add some of the directions to the game page to make them more visible? I didn't realize at first you could click the pages in the corners to view them so it might help.