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A jam entry

Colorful CritterView game page »

An interactive coloring book
Submitted by fluffy (@fluffy) with 8 days, 4 hours before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw score
Novelty#14.3334.333
Stealth#34.0004.000
Overall#43.4173.417
Harmony#63.8893.889
Looks#83.6673.667
Kink#133.0003.000
Sounds#172.5562.556
Horny#192.8892.889
Game#203.0003.000

Ranked from 9 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Really nice, cute game! I included it in my Strawberry Jam compilation video series, if you'd like to take a look :)

Developer

omg eevee thanks! I'm glad you like it :)

I'll definitely let you know when I've posted a technical writeup. It's pretty simple under-the-hood but maybe some parts of it aren't obvious.

Host

This has a lot of cute touches, and a little puzzle that works surprisingly well! In a funny sort of way, this is in the same general style as "click to cum" games, yet completely blows them out of the water. Very clever, bravo.

A cute little coloring game, and the tech for seems quite nice

Wow, i now have replayed the final-version, and i put my ratting up accordingly. For me, this is by far the hottest & cuttest game of this jam. The little brushing sound you had is just perfect and had to the "tactile" feeling, the color-effects works really well, and the "apex and after" feel strong & accurate.
For me, the straightforwardness of your game is a great force : everybody colored something some day, we all know how to do it. The only way i think you could improve it would be adding more and more little things, like specific reaction when you colorize specific parts of the critter, a more polished interface, and so on.
Whatever you do with it in the futur : great work.

Developer

@KrinnDNZ: That's a thing I'd heard from my various playtesters as well. I wanted to strike a balance between discoverability and making things too obvious though. I wonder what I could do to make the process of discovery more fun... I had a few ideas like maybe having cues to try drawing in different areas or exposing the inner behavior graph a little more in some way (like maybe a progress indicator showing how much graph coverage has occurred) but that felt like it would ruin the feel I was going for. I'd welcome any suggestions for specific ideas to try, though!

The critter is definitely cute and colorful. Could use some explanation of what kinds of interaction are possible? I clicked around in an exploratory way and didn't feel like I was able to find the full range of ways it was possible to color the critter.

It's so cute ! A beautifull and charming idea.
For me the absence of sound is really good : gives more importance to the attitude and mimics of the little critter.
Can't wait to see how you improve this great start ^^.