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A jam submission

Space DwarfView game page

A simple dwarf cannot comprehend the vastness of space.
Submitted by Alex ☕🇨🇦 — 26 minutes, 32 seconds before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Presentation - How does it look/feel?#14.7144.714
Entertainment - How enjoyable/replayable is it?#33.5713.571
Creativity - How original is the idea?#44.2864.286

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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This was really fun! It has everything, good music, story, art and game-play. I did thoroughly enjoy the last few rounds of just combat.

It took me a bit to understand how to view recipes and information about things, but I got there in the end.

As a suggestion, I found myself wanting to use clicks for movement and actions, since in this game I’m more concerned about the destination than the journey, and it does get pretty tedious to craft all the components. Also, a lot of the pieces look very similar, which led to some confusion at times.

I had the following issues playing through the game:

I found that I couldn’t craft the laser, though I’m pretty sure I got the parts correct. Same for the shields. The Missile launcher shares its recipe with the rail gun, and… how do you craft Missiles?


Thanks for playing!

Looks like I screwed up the recipie :(

The laser has a tempered base, a logical unit and two etched pieces for the head (can be seen in the fully assembled image)

Heada up for those who want to enjoy the story. There are two options, detailed on the gamw discription to reduce or skip the crafting.

  1. Skip to any of the 8 encounters (the first 5 are with training wheels) using the keys 1-8

  2. “Cheat”. If you press backslash your bench will be filled with weapons et al!


Ha! This was fun and funny! I enjoyed the mood and feel a lot. I also got slightly tripped up by the first etched component, but then I made up for lost time later when I accidentally discovered the “give me all the items” button. Oops! :-D


This was super fun! I love the art style which was very consistent throughout, the theme was excellent and the music was lovely.

I was a little confused at first because the I didn’t realize there was a difference between the nanite etcher and the quencher, but once I figured out you can click on the items in the recipes for more details it all started to make sense.

Great work!


Thanks! I should probably have made the colours for Etched VS Tempered more distinct :p