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thanks Lana! I always struggle to finish games on time for jams, so I was really happy to have some extra time for polish.  I hope the kids like their games :)

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I love the juicy effects you've created here.  It's so much fun just watching the animations and oxygen flying everywhere as you shoot!

It's just a prototype and there's not much to do, but I'd love to see a more finished version of this concept.  The main character is awesome!  He looks like a cross between cool spot and space james bond.  Love it!

Very cute idea for a game! Was wondering if anyone would make a game for Claudia.

I like the simplistic nature of the game, its easy to play and it has bright and colourful graphics.  It'd be great to see a few more levels as well!

I like the addition of some "cut-scenes" to end the game, helps it feel more polished for the jam.  Great work!

I love how this turned out, I played for about 10 minutes without thinking about the game ending.  It's very relaxing to just pick up the carrots. 

I think I might enjoy the controls more if you could move the rabbit freely up and down in the y-axis.  

The graphics are very polished as well! Love the giant carrot cacti in the background

This is so awesome! The graphics look beautiful and it's very relaxing to play.  Great work :)

Nice to meet you at the jam, the game turned out great!

Playing it on a tablet feels awesome :D 

I'll either work on Evans or Antonios. But I'd work on Hope's idea as a backup if we need more equal distribution!

Very nice! Tons of well executed polish in here. Would've liked a life meter and more levels, but this is a great prototype

If people are permitted to use Unity, you shouldn't feel any guilt about using your own engine. But if you're even asking the question, perhaps you'd get more satisfaction building completely from scratch? Suit yourself, and don't worry about the rules as much as your own personal goals!

Sorry to hear about your depressive episode, I always find putting your focus into something helps if you can manage. Hope it's not your last jam!

It is that old atari game! Stampede! Was my direct inspiration, glad to hear I succeeded :)

cool. Nice work on the time effect btw, very juicy

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You might want to re read the rules about the limitations for this jam, it isn't about the assets being low res, its about the game itself being low res, ie the smallest distance something can move is 1/64th of the game screen. Good start for a game, but it isnt really in the spirit of the jam unless you address this