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A jam submission

ElectricityView game page

Submitted by lucky_p — 9 hours, 5 minutes before the deadline

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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Creativity#232.9463.125
Sound#362.0032.125
WOWIE!#422.0032.125
Topic#451.8862.000
Simplicity#452.2392.375
Visuals#471.7681.875
Fun#481.4141.500

Ranked from 8 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Comments

Submitted

I got the exe to work, but I have some questions about things that were not clear to me:

  • Do you have to use all the blocks?
  • Do all blocks need to have four connections (turn white)?
  • Which button do you need to press to test if you did it right?
  • How does the connecting with the gray line work? Can the bottom port of one only connect to the top of another block and the left port only to the right port?
Developer

1. No, you dont need to use every block.

2. Yes, every block needs to be connected.

3. You dont need to press any button. If you have everything right then it automatically switches to the next level.

4. The connection always take the shortest path from the first block to the second block. 

Submitted

Can you upload a browser version, my virus scanner doesn't allow the exe.

Developer (1 edit)

Unfortunately, its not possible to export the game to a browser version with monogame(the framework the game is written in).

HostSubmitted

It's a little tricky to figure out how it works and a little tricky to play due to the extreme vignette effect. Just made it to level 3 and I'm starting to see the appeal, though! Very cool and creative game system.  I bet a more polished version of this would play really well.

Developer

Thank you for your feedback! I uploaded a new version, that dont have this effect anymore. Beside that i made some other little improvements to the game. 

Submitted

I watched the tutorial (wished I could skip or go back but it's timed without any control)... and I still couldn't beat the first round. I might need the first round to be fully shown to me before I truly get the concept.

Developer

Thank you for your comment. I added a new screenshot that shows how the first level can work.