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A jam submission

Mutation LabView game page

Breed adorable mutating creatures! Created for Unexpected Jam.
Submitted by devharts (@devharts) — 5 hours, 50 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Gameplay Innovation#602.6252.625
Visuals#742.7502.750
Fun#832.5632.563
Overall#832.6882.688
Audio#1201.7501.750
Unexpectedness#1221.9381.938

Ranked from 16 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Please list any pre-made art/music/code/other assets that you used.
Uses pre-made (CC0) sound effect pack - see credits screen for details

How many members in your team?

Team of 1

List each team member's role, along with their social media / website links!
Sarah Hart (@devharts) - Game Design, Graphics, and Programming

Anything you want to say to players before they play?
Uses the mouse for controls - see game description for additional details :)

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Comments

Submitted

Well, I can't say it felt very unexpected, but it's a nice little game. I wish there was a few more variables with the creatures themselves but I've always been a sucker for games like this so I enjoyed my short time with it nonetheless.

Submitted

I really liked the idea. I wish there was a bit more difference between the different creates. Overall is this an okay little jam game. 

Submitted

This is really cute, I love the ears! It's also cool how random mutations of color and size will sneak back into the gene pool.

Submitted(+1)

The game is really fun, I think that some free relaxing background music and the ability to unselect creatures will be a massive improvement.

Submitted

A nice fun game i liked it 

Submitted

I really enjoyed the visuals! Reminded me of "Niche - a genetics survival game" -- it's almost educational to see how recessive/dominant genes work and how mutations can sometimes produce an entirely different color.