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I've been wanting to buy this for such a long time and I finally did. I am absolutely blown away by how smooth this looks and how creative the code is. Bravo!

Very cool, the color palette suits the mood quite well. The emotion behind the writing was very raw and honest.  Also I did NOT expect that ending lol I think it was a really nice change of pace from the slow-going, relaxed speed of the rest of the game. 

Also collecting keys was very satisfying.. Good stuff!

Hey this is very similar to what I named my game for the jam, what are the chances? This looked like it could be very cool, I just had no idea what was going on, why I couldn't move all the way and what the goal of the game was. A tutorial or explanation would be nice. :)

There is alot to love about this game, from the screenshake and particle FX and the unique concept. It was verrrrry difficult, I could not even make it past level 1 and dying it 1 hit is pretty rough. It was also a bit confusing figuring out the temperature meter but once I figured it out it was a cool little mechanic.

I think I had the most fun kicking around that little ball of fire and watching it bounce around and make the screen shake. Powering up your kick is also satisfying to release into a powerful smack. I think if the rules were explained more clearly, and the player was slowly eased into the difficulty this could be an addictive game with just a bit more polish and quality of life. Very fun game!

Very cool idea! I like how simple the art is and the tutorial was funny.
I think this game could definitely use some polish, just little quality of life things like sound fx and more feedback. I think I beat the game? The level where there are 3 crates and a spring seemed like the ending? I wasn't sure, but overall very fun game!

thank you so much! Glad you enjoyed it, I appreciate the feedback!

lol yes that was definitely a bad decision on my part! Haha thanks for playing the game and thanks so much for the feedback! :)

thank you for playing and giving feedback!

thanks so much for playing and watching the stream! I appreciate the feedback :)

I value that feedback a ton, thanks so much for playing!

Very cool! It was difficult to understand exactly how everything functioned, but the basic concept was cool. Personally, the most fun I had was just trying to figure out how to make the shape with the collected cubes. Great work :)

My favorite part of this was combo-ing a bunch of enemies at once. :) Cool game!

Wow thank you so much for the feedback! It means so much to me that you enjoyed the game. :)

hey thanks so much for playing! Wow that makes me so happy to hear! :) thanks so much for the feedback and the positivity, glad it was well received.

Well done :)

Hey I just used these sound effects for a game jam, thanks for making these. :)

Great art, unique idea, good polish. I think it started out quite difficult, but it was very fun to play and very tight controls.

I like the art style, very unique idea. A bit confusing trying to figure out what to do in the beginning, but cool little project. :)

This is definitely one of the better games I've played in the jam so far! I absolutely love your interpretation of the theme, very original idea. It was confusing at first to figure out what was happening, and I didn't realize that you could pick up floating parts until much later in the game. Once I figured that out it was quite cool! Art style is a bit all of the place with the pixel sizes, but really great work for a 48 hour jam. :) It'd be cool to see this expanded upon!

Pretty cool :)

Thanks for the feedback!

This is one of the more unique interpretations I've seen in the jam so far! Very creative! I found it difficult to figure out how to play, but very cool idea!

This looks really cool! I wasn't able to figure out how to play, I tried going through the door but was stuck for some reason and the enemies left the room. This looks very cool though! I like the art a lot. :)

I'm not sure why but I get this at launch:

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FATAL ERROR in Vertex Shader compilation

ShaderName: RFX_palswap_shd

D3DXCompile failed - result

at gml_Script_RFX_apply

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stack frame is

gml_Script_RFX_apply (line -1)

gml_Object_obj_gmtk_anim_Draw_64

Looks really cool though!

Looks really cool! I had a hard time figuring out what to do even after reading the "How to Play" but very cute game! Good job :)