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A jam submission

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Game about filling crackers.
Submitted by Michael Stout (@mstout_) — 16 hours, 10 minutes before the deadline
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Vote on your favourite game!#662.9213.200

Ranked from 15 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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If anyone's interested, the main post-jam feature I would add to this is a "Papers, Please" style metagame 👍


Fun little packing game. I like the use of the conversion zone. Got a laugh out of being such a bad employee my reference got misspelled. "Some hep."


I didn't have time for a procedural misspelling generator in this one, but the references try to get across the idea of your boss' indifference even with the slightly more fixed reference choosing. 😃


Oooh very different, I like!

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A really nice puzzle game. Loved the humour. The colours used for the graphics were a bit overly dazzling, but I think that was probably part of the aesthetic. The 8-bit Christmas Tree music was great too.

EDIT: Never mind. I discovered full colour mode. Colours are now perfect!


Thanks! That was exactly the intention... I wanted to do this aesthetic but when I realised people might want to play the game more than once and not be annoyed, I decided to add an optional mode to make it easier on the eyes 😅 (The skip features are the same, only added at the last minute after I realised how long the intro dialogue took)

A player's comfort is important!


A game made with Lua in a 2 day game jam?

Super cool! Good job my dude.


Thanks! Ever since I've gotten good with LÖVE I've used it for all my games:

It might not be the most popular choice... I guess I just "LÖVE" it! 😇


What a lovely little game, v charming and I like the premise a lot. 


Thanks! 😊 Your comment is very polite. 🙂


Good gameplay. What's the engine?


It's LÖVE !

LÖVE mostly just provides the mouse/keyboard inputs and lets me manually draw onto the screen, I like it because it gives me maximum control over what I'm making but on the other hand you could say it was annoying because you have to code everything yourself.  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯