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A jam submission

Triad Chord CollectorView game page

Play note cards to build sequential triad chords!
Submitted by Aitocir (@Aitocir) — 14 days, 3 hours before the deadline

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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Atmosphere (How does the game feel compared to intent?)#14.0004.000
Aesthetics (How well did the game look?)#13.0003.000
Music (How well does the game sound)#14.0004.000
Overall Entertainment (How fun was the game)#22.0002.000
Functionality (How well does the game run?)#22.0002.000
Tool Simplicity (Were the tools simple? ex. MS Paint vs Photoshop)#31.0001.000

Ranked from 1 rating. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Tools Used
Python3 (Pygame, simpleaudio) for code, GiMP for graphics, TextMate for code editing, and PyInstaller for compilation

I wanted to try to optimize sound generation on the fly, and polish my own code for click handling. I've been leaning on keyboard-only input with pygame.

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Jam Judge

I liked how the game was set up like Solitaire, which made it a bit easier to pick up. However, I wasn't sure how to make a chord. If that's something that a musician would know, then good for them, but I'm not a musician. A short tutorial would be helpful for us non-musical folk who have no ear for pleasing sounds.