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A jam submission

Trapped at homeView game page

Submitted by Patchwork — 18 days, 9 hours before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Fun Factor!#103.2863.286
Game Design!#113.1433.143

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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Type of Submission?
Full game

Mature themes? (18+ content)

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I liked it a lot. It’s so over the top it made me smile several times. Literally the only con I could think is that I do think it could be a little bit more cohesive graphic/stylewise by using one kind of model instead of more. But I had too much fun with the game to focus on details.


i do agree, i could of made a better effort on  some of the maps but i tend to only focus on the bare minimum sometimes. sorry if it looks a little same-y, and thank you for playing!


It's memey, it's silly, it's consistent, it's irreverent, it's OC-packed, it's easter eggy, it's lore teasey...

It's definitely Patchwork.





It was very different to say the least.  There were some funny moments which gave me a good laugh.  It was bizarre in a good way.  Nice use of Unity to touch up the graphics and lighting and bit.


The TV, while funny, had no way to turn it off. I accidentally went the wrong way at the start and ended up in the last part of the game.  Was this a bug or intentional?  A lot of text was cut off, didn't properly wrap around.  There were some parts which may offend some people (not I but just sayin).  Lastly, the camera angle was too low, unless the intent was to view the world from the eyes of a 5 year old.


yeah.. i been meaning to fix that, i will try to fix all issues that are present as fast as