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Loved this game. Next to the cool battle sprite art, my favorite thing was the hilarious writing. It frequently makes jokes on common RPG tropes but it never feels like it disrespects the genre, while also keeping the story coherent. Also the music is really nice (especially the level up jingle)

Thanks for reporting this bug! 

We'll work on a fix as soon as we can, and we'll need a few more details. What browser and operating system are you using? Does the game freeze before or after playing the victory animation? Does it happen every time?

Thank you for playing!! Glad to hear you had fun with it!

You can listen to the music separately here!

Those are good runs! We're working on an update to log each dev's best time, soon you can compare your times to ours! ;)

It does!

Really spooky entry! The stinger sound when a zombie spots you actually got me a few times. Our entries are similar in some aspects, so it was also very interesting to see how both designed each similarity. I like that you fleshed out the idea more, with different types of zombies and the addition of a flashlight, along with a more detailed environment, with corpses and blood on the hallways.

Really nice entry overall! It's nice to see a horror game for a jam entry.

I really love the simplicity but effectiveness of these graphics. The puzzles were just difficult enough to stop me for a moment to think, but never too hard where I got frustrated.

Unique take on the "sticky blocks" idea! There's some incredible amount of polish in this game given the 48h deadline. Puzzles were really head-scratching, and there were a lot of "allllmost got it" moments during my time playing. Really satisfying when you finally beat a level, though!

I really loved the simple but so charming graphics in this! I think this idea really fits the theme and the use of a top-down view compliments the gameplay a lot more, compared to first person or even over-the-shoulder.

This is a very unique idea, really has potential to be fleshed out further with more levels and more possible words. I understood the main mechanic instantly, but I had some trouble figuring out how the 2nd item slot worked. The puzzles really give the mechanic a chance to shine!

Interesting concept! Quickly found out that it makes for some very challenging but rewarding puzzles.

Highly polished game with very well designed puzzles! Had me sketching out possible routes in paper. The music is also worth a shoutout, too!

Thanks for playing! I've seen a few players have that same issue, so it's something I'll definitely consider changing for a post mortem build.

Thanks! I aimed exactly for that, so I'm glad to see it taught you as intended!

Rated! I love the artstyle and how polished the whole game is. Really simple idea but the excecution made for a really cute and chill game!

Interesting idea! If development on this continues after the jam ends, I'd love to see more fleshed out controls to the drunk thief, maybe have the thief bump into a bookshelf, dropping books, or have the thief trip over stuff. Nonetheless, I thought the game was hilarious, and the cat exploding in the tutorial got a good laugh out of me because of how unexpected it was. Really cute artstyle, good music, good game overall! Rated.

Simple presentation, EXTREMELY addictive gameplay! Lasted about 200 secs before dying to a ghost enemy. I liked that there was a "Normal" modifier that restarted everything in case it was getting too crazy. Sometimes the modifier would repeat, I'm not sure if that's a bug or if that multiplies the modifier's effect. 

I really enjoyed this one and I feel like I could play for a while. Rated!

Oh this one is great! Big props to the composer that worked on this entry, the track fits the whole chaos in the game really well and I'd love a release of the track on Soundcloud or something.

Presentation wise, I like the minimal use of red to signify both good and dangerous things. I think the hitboxes might need some work as most of the enemies that touched me didn't hurt me (Unless this is meant to happen) and a few of my shots seemed to go through enemies at times. Nothing that took me away from the experience though, and I had lots of fun playing this one! Rated.

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Rated! This one is super hard, I think the game could benefit from a better explanation of the mechanic, for a while I thought "Right arrow" still meant "Right", but instead all directions are the same, it's just the key used that changes. I'm aware this is explained in the game's description, but I still think a tutorial screen on the menu would make the feature a lot more easy to understand. 

Besides that, I really like the amount of polish it has and the minimalistic presentation! 

Simple idea, really effective execution! I feel like my dino could reach people it wasn't supposed to reach due to weird hitboxes, but it's nothing that took me away from the fun I had. Rated!

Rated! The idea of keeping a computer clean from viruses has already been done, but the idea of having the computer run someone's pacemaker made the whole thing so much more tense! I really liked puzzles like typing one of 3 passwords, and the "Install malware" popups that fake you out. Short but fun game!

Rated! Loved the cute artstyle, and the mechanic was really well thought out! I think a power like the teleport can be even better if you showed an outline of where the player will teleport to, that way it's easier to use. Besides that I think my favorite power is the gravity pull. Really clever idea for a game!!

Love the sounds and the minimalistic graphics! They work really good together, and the mechanic worked perfectly! Really fun, simple game that can get really addictive. Rated!

Rated, loved this game! Really enjoyed the rage mechanic and how it's not necessarily about reaching max speed, but rather just finding the sweet spot of speed to get through the level. The collision detection was weird at times but not bad enough to ruin the experience. Overall great idea and great excecution!

I like the idea! I think getting used to the controls can be hard at first, maybe having something like an outline of where the bee will go would help make the controls more intuitve. If development on this continues after the jam's over, I'd love to see the bee's circle get bigger the more points you get, targeting bigger objects, similar to! Love the cute arstyle too!

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Rated! The levels with enemies got very difficult as the game went on, having to take care of multiple enemies while also keeping my character safe got chaotic quickly! I also liked that you could crush enemies with your blocks for a quick disposal. I feel like the puzzles themselves could be a bit harder because in the levels without enemies it felt too easy. 

Fun game overall! I liked the usage of the Gameboy palette.

Interesting control scheme, I found it to be surprisingly intuitive! The puzzles were good, though the platforming was weird at times due to the collision detection. Overall a good idea that can become a fleshed out game!

Rated! I like the idea, though I think the main mechanic can be explained better, as I thought the chances of controlling someone were totally random. The presentation was nice, and I liked the music / artstyle!

I really appreciate how much feedback you've given us! Things like the manual having filler text and lacking a pause button were, as you mentioned, in by design, but it's understandable how these can be overwhelming to some players. In the future we might look into making the controls stand out more as it's also been something many players mentioned. The fullscreen scaling issue is because Unity automatically applies antialiasing on fullscreen if the window resolution is too low (Wing It runs at a windowed res of 1280x720), so that is also something we might look into fixing in the future.

Again, thank you lots for the feedback, and I'm glad you still enjoyed what the rest the game has to offer!

Glad to hear you liked it! The blurry issue is because Unity applies antialiasing on fullscreen if the window resolution is too low (Wing It runs at a windowed res of 1280x720). In the future we might increase the resolution to get rid of the blurriness. Thanks for the feedback!

Rated! This is quite an unique idea, and it feels really good to play. I think areas that might need improvement are the levels, but I'm aware the programmer had very little time to work on them, so it's forgiven. Definitely something to keep in mind if this game continues development after the jam, though! I'd also suggest making the Match-3 grid smaller, because at some points the tiles you need are on each corner of the grid, making you spend too much time getting them to connect.

Besides that, I really enjoyed the slow-pace of it and the music was really calming!

Rated! This was one of the most addictive entries I've played. The presentation is simple yet really effective in hooking you in, and most of the modifiers worked really well with each other. One thing I'd change is the "Some keys are not to be trusted" modifier, in my playthroughs that one always meant a game over because I'd never get the right key and I think instakilling the player doesn't mix well with randomness, especially with a lives system. I think if the fake key did something like randomly teleport you it would work much better.

Overall a very addictive and fun game!

Rated! This is a short but charming game! I also beat the developer's time ^^

Simple but fun idea! I think areas like presentation and explanation of mechanics could be improved, it took me some time to realize clicking a spell card and clicking a character were different things. I think with some polish this could an even better game!

Really clever idea! I liked that the randomness of the cards never let you plan out a route to take, it really fits the theme! 

Pretty fun game! My poor lab didn't stand a chance, once I got the shotgun spread upgrade that lab was DONE for! This game has some good puzzles too, I found myself shooting buttons around corners, making sure I didn't blow myself up.


Rated! This game has such an interesting idea, and great excecution! I really liked the minimalist artstyle, and the fact that I could choose my own palette was a nice touch. The grappling can feel weird sometimes, but most of the time it works great. Super interesting twist on the jam's theme! 

Reading the manual in real time is a feature, but it's become a focus point in player feedback, so in the future we might give the player more time to read the manual, while still feeling fair. I appreciate the feedback!

Thanks for playing! Reading the manual in real time is in by design but it seems like it's the common critique of the game, unfortunately.  In the future, we might change it to allow for a bigger time window while reading. Thank you for the feedback!