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A jam submission

Paper JekyllView game page

1st place winner of The Public Domain Jam
Submitted by Daniel Mullins (@DMullinsGames) — 2 days, 8 hours before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Innovative use of source material#34.1924.192
Stayed true to the source material#63.9623.962

Ranked from 26 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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I enjoyed the game and the artstyle. As others said, the jumping felt sometimes a bit off. Anyway a very polished entry with a fast-paced endfight :)


The platforming was a bit finnicky, but really nice puzzle mechanic. Very clever.


Excellent game. Very polished. The jumping is a bit too unforgiving, but everything else was excellent! Well done. :D

Very polished game, clear mechanics, good use of story and quite good music - what want more? Really awesome job. ;)


Brilliant core mechanic that innovates on the source material, cute as hell art, and crazy level of polish for seven days. I really enjoyed the "attack" animation. Great job!


I really love the mechanics! Nice work.

I'm adding this to my collection of favorites.

This is really great! Your core mechanic is elegant and a joy to discover when playing blindly. I stopped reading the description after it said the game was designed to be self-evident, and I think it delivered on the promise. Very well polished, though jumping seemed more difficult than it needed to be, as has been mentioned.

Super nice graphics, nice take on the story as well. I included it in part 2 of my Public Domain Jam compilation video series, if you'd like to take a look :)

Just completed it and it was great! Found some AI exploits to help me out, but that just added to the fun. Jump could've been less punishing, maybe, but I "got it" after a while.


Amazing, you've created a great game experience.


That was amazing! The subtle little things, like the music changing when you transform, made it just flow absolutely wonderfully. :D


Whoa, this was really cool. Where the music changes when you become Hyde? That's insane. That's some Yoshi-level treatment.