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A jam submission

Daddy's In Debt!View game page

Buy as much as you can before you get caught
Submitted by ColorGrene — 1 day, 11 hours before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Visual Experience#14.0004.000
Audio Experience#13.4003.400
Game Mechanics#43.1003.100

Ranked from 10 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Didn't realize spending money can be so exhausting..!;; Fun game!!


Well done! Very polished, and fun experience. And this coming from someone who cant' stand clicker games XD


This game was really well done! The art and gameplay was very good, and I look forward to your future projects!


Wow, that looks like a lot of work programming wise


This was a very solid game that I played a few times and it really only got harder to beat. The more I realized there was more items and thought of better ways to win; the more time I wasted and my fingers hurt now lol.

I really enjoyed this game and it really brings the idle clicker genre to a level that's more than just a quick "I can program buttons" and into something that's legitimately entertaining. 


Thank you!


Fun clicker that really made my click more furiously than others. You did a good job balancing difficulty. I had a hard time but didn't think it was impossible to win or get frustrated. I would have preferred if the different items on each tab were all visible without having to scroll. I don't know if this was a purposeful design choice?


The scrolling was kind of a spontaneous design choice. I didn't give much thought to it and I see your point. I was trying to reduce singular item spamming as much as I could. Thx for the review!


The gameplay is really repetitive, but overall good job!


Your Dad seems way too rich, but it is an interesting take on a clicker.


Don't all dads have a billion dollars in their bank accounts?