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Thanks, I'll look into it. ;)

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If you are asking what you need to put in the credits of your game if you use this pack, then just give credit as follows: 

Brave Blob Asset Pack by CP-Dimensions (https://cp-dimensions.itch.io/)

There is only one slime included (slime orange). Are there supposed to be more?

From Wikipedia "Myst is a graphic adventure puzzle video game". No offence, but if Myst isn't an adventure game, then I don't know what is.

Maybe we can leave the ending open ended?

I meant to say that Myst made the genre widely popular with the general gaming community. It was the best selling game in the world for 10 years.

I was going to participate in this jam, as I love adventure games and making adventure games, but I think the theme is a bit to specific. If the theme was just A Delusion it would be fine, but your description of that is more like an actual games interpretation of that theme. I wanted to make a first person game like Myst, since that's what I'm good at and I consider Myst the best adventure game of all time, since it practically started the genre, but now I don't know if I'll be able to do that since the only way to make your character seem to have a different idea to the player would be to have them speak. And I don't know about everyone else, but that is quite a bit of work for a jam and I don't just have some free voice actors readily available. Maybe next time the theme can be a bit less specific? The best themes for jams are when they are very broad, but still specific enough that you have to only start making the game when the theme is announced. A short phrase usually works well. Some examples of themes for jams I have participated in are "All's fair in love and war", "On the other side of the coin" and "Myths and Legends: Far away and lost". Those are very specific, but allow the game dev to interpret them in a lot of different ways and yet still be specific to the theme. Your theme seems a little restricting to the game that you can actually create, meaning a lot of the games may have similar ideas.

Thanks! I had seen the Robots movie, but I didn't know there was a game. I see now how the logo looks similar.

At this stage I don't have a Linux to test builds for, but possibly in the future.

Thanks for playing! I hope to make more adventures of Rivet in the future.

Thanks for playing! Glad you liked it!

Thanks for playing and the video!

Thank you! I'm glad you had fun and were able to finish, despite the challenge.

Thanks!

Thanks! Your game also looks cool!

Thank you

Thanks!

Merci pour jouer et pour les commentaires! Je suis content que vous avez apprécié! Votre jeu Myst-Like semble très bon, et me rappelle beaucoup de Myst Island. Bien joué!

Hi everyone! I just entered the 2020 Unreal Spring Jam! 

The game and everything in it, from the animations to the music, was made by one person (me) in the 5 day jam timeframe.

About the jam:
Create a game in 5 days, using the theme "What is hidden in snow comes forth in the thaw".

Game Description:
Explore an atmospheric, snowy world as Rivet, a cute steampunk robot, as you uncover the secrets hidden beneath the snow.

Platforms: Windows 
Game includes Xbox controller support

Download for free: https://cp-dimensions.itch.io/rivet

In game Screenshots:




Gameplay Trailer:

Give it a go and let me know what you think!

Thanks for playing! CP-Dimensions

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Sì, a condizione che tu dia credito a: Brave Blob Asset Pack by CP-Dimensions (https://cp-dimensions.itch.io/)

Well done!

Sent a DM to KB on Discord. ;)



So, a while ago (nearly exactly one year) I released a game called Cupid Upgraded. I made it for a game jam and it was the first game I had ever published. To my surprise, it got quite a few downloads and received quite a bit of positive attention. I had plans to update it, but I lost interest and worked on other games instead. Now, four other game releases later, I've finally decided to come back to cupid upgraded! I have released the first version of it today (I thought it fitting since it's Valentine's Day) and will slowly be working on a full release, under the new name of Cupid 2.0!

If you would like to check it out, the game is free to play and you can view its page here: https://cp-dimensions.itch.io/cupid2-0

Screenshots:

To be honest, I was trying something a little different to the usual infinite jumping game, but maybe it would be better if there was a bit more to explore. Thanks for the feedback and for playing!

Thank you! Yes, I did enjoy making the game and I'm glad you enjoyed playing!

Thanks! Glad you like it!

Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed playing! I tip for getting to the rocket stage: don't go for any gems except the green ones. Just try to survive for round two minutes. ;)

Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed playing!

Playthrough by DJ Sterf:

Thank you for playing!

Thanks for the playthrough! I'm glad you enjoyed it!

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Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it!

Thanks for playing! Actually, the red crystals make you lose life, while the green crystals give you life. ;)


I just entered the ScoreSpace Jam #7!

Game Description:
There is a build-up of gravity crystals inside a distant volcanic planet, affecting the planet's gravitational pull and sending it flying straight
towards Blob City! The only way to save the city is to send a brave Blob into the active volcano to mine the crystals. But will he be able to complete his mission and get out alive?

The game is free to play and you can view it's page here: https://cp-dimensions.itch.io/brave-blob

In game Screenshots:

Give it a go and let me know what you think!

Thanks for playing! CP-Dimensions

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Thank you! Yes, unfortunately sometimes the jump is affected by the physics.

Thanks!

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Can we submit games that we make in other jams during this month?

Haha! Would you like a hint?

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Part 2:

Thanks again for playing! I'm glad you managed to finish!