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A jam submission

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Save the forest: plant trees with Kurupir!
Submitted by Nielisson, Sebastian Jimenez, MightyMuso (@mightymuso) — 17 hours, 16 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Overall#13.5833.583
Visual Experience#14.6674.667
Audio Experience#14.0004.000
Game Mechanics#72.6672.667
Creativity#83.0003.000

Ranked from 3 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Comments

Submitted(+1)

Great game! Love the art style a lot! The game is a little hard, I feel like the amount of move made it very difficult quickly, like there is only one solution to the puzzle. An alternative would be to give a little more move but have a rating system (like 3 star). So it could keep the early levels easier and still allow player to test themself by finding the best solution :P   

Developer(+1)

Yes! You are totally right. We just didn't have enough time to balance nor add a progress system in pace . Maybe in the futre, thanks

Submitted

Wow really nice entry here!

The graphics and audio are super pretty and give a nice identity to the game. :)

I think it is a bug but I can't see the number of turns or seed I have.

Also as TernaryGames said, it fits the theme as it is a turn-based game, but it doesn't really fit the platformer genre as it is more of a puzzle game.

Great job on this one, continue making games, please! :D

Submitted(+1)

The game plays pretty well! I think the mechanics could've been explained a little better, like how the crow will try to eat seeds you plant. The only issue I have with the game is I don't really see how it fits the jam theme? It's turn-based, sure, but it's not really a platformer. The game itself is really well made, though, nice job.

Developer

Thanks for your feedback. We will take that into consideration. Also, we interpreted platformer as the sand blocks are our "platforms". We are just using the theme as an inspiration which is often encouraged in game jams 

=)