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A jam submission

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Would you sully a beer to save your species?
Submitted by Caveware Digital (@caveware), Kitsch Digital (@kitschdigital) โ€” 7 minutes, 37 seconds before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Story#63.7143.714
Sound Design#233.4293.429
Enjoyment (Best Game)#522.8572.857
Aesthetics#1022.5712.571
Horror#1141.7141.714

Ranked from 7 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Submitted

Don't read this if you haven't played through it yet cos I'm gonna mention some slight spoilers!

Man, this made me laugh xD Easily the most use of the c word I've ever heard in a video game, haha. The voice acting was great, very amusing! I think I had a smile on my face for most of the play duration :3 I was a bit confused towards the end when I fell through the garden floor, but I figured I was probably missing something, and managed to locate the metal detector!

That huntsman is adorable x3 Was even funnier cos irl I do save spiders and put them outdoors rather than kill em! Never imagined in a million years that doing that would save my life from robot overlords xD

Submitted

Pretty fun with a neat little story! Unexpected twists. Went through it twice, I was excited to see some variety in the tasks you are given

Submitted

It is really funny! Love the original soundtrack and voice acting. The ridiculous story made me laugh a few times.

I think the movement speed could be a bit faster. There were a few times when I was a little bit confused about what to do next (for example, I didn't notice that I can take the ladder and go up to the loft) and at those times I really wished my character could move faster.

Also, a some interaction mechanics can make it a little more immersive. There was a kitchen full of objects and the first thing I've tried to do was interacting with radio, stove, toaster, etc. Something like a sound effect or a dialog box saying: "The radio is playing smth." would be enough. Overall, it's a very fun game and I would like to see its sequel. Good job!

Submitted

I really liked the audio management in this game that allowed the ambient music to be heard from left/right hear, depending on where I was on map. Also really enjoyed the introduction of the storyline by having a voice over narrative. 

Submitted

I really liked the audio management in this game that allowed the ambient music to be heard from left/right hear, depending on where I was on map. Also really enjoyed the introduction of the storyline by having a voice over narrative.