Ah, glad to hear you found a workaround. Thanks for letting me know!
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Hi there, sorry you've having issues, but I have little control over the downloading or claiming mechanism aside from setting the price! I got a couple of people to check today and they were able to claim it. Perhaps itch.io was being overloaded when you tried? All I can recommend is to try again, or ask itch.io support if it still doesn't work. Good luck!
Thanks for letting me know! It's hard for me to debug at my end though, as it's working in all the modern browsers I have! For now, I'd recommend downloading it if you want to give it a try! It runs better that way in any case :)
Thank you for your comment! I'm glad HJEM inspired you. I'd love to put it on an Arcade machine, too!
As for a 'hard drop', I think if/when we make a bigger version of HJEM, we would definitely put that feature in!
Thank you for the feedback, and for making a very entertaining video about the game! HJEM was made in 48 hours for #GGJ19 as an experiment. In the future we hope to experiment more and perhaps make a bigger version. Glad you enjoyed it, and hope that you get to hear/play the next level sometime soon!
I'd like to present our Global Game Jam 2019 game HJEM - a vaguely sinister synthwave rhythm-puzzle game with a twist.
▷ Surround Yourself ◁
▷ Follow The Beat ◁
▷ Avoid Destruction ◁
▷ Headphones Advised ◁
Play now for free on Win/Mac/Linux:
Or watch the launch trailer below:
Hi all! Just wanted to let you know that I've launched my first proper game as the following link:
(There is a free WebGL demo on the page, and downloadable Win/Mac/Linux versions for $2)
Central Limit Theorem is a survival shooter where you have to protect your core for as long as you can from the shapes attacking it. It's a quick, simple, stressful, high-score shooter designed to be played between other, more substantial games. Take a look:
Each enemy starts with a unique behaviour (they can shoot, weave, or orbit) and they each leave a different coloured ink on the playfield. When another enemy crosses this ink later it will learn the behaviours of those that went before! The more ink, the more difficult the game becomes!
* IDGA Scotland Community Choice Award (Edinburgh Winner 2018) *
I hope you enjoy it!
- Amicable Animal