I'm glad you enjoyed it! I'm actually making a new game, it's also gonna be free, but I'm gonna put even more effort in it than this one!
I really like it! I unfortunately suck at platformers, so I couldn't even get a single one of those white icon things.
And I think I should point out that I feel like the gravity is WAY too heavy, just lighten it a bit, and then the game will be even better :D
Thank you for actually enjoying the levels! I didn't know if they were actually good or not xD
The interpretation I derived was that the image looked like a floating island with the triangles at the top being trees, hence why it looks the way it does, thank you for asking :D
I honestly do feel like I failed big time, but I did learn a lot about designing games, so I won't have such a hard time next time :D
There's actually a great motto a lot of professional game designers go by: "Fail Faster" because if you don't screw up, you never truly learn how things really work.
I'm curious of whether or not I would be able to make another game submission, even if I already made one?
I don't really plan on making more than one game, but it's always good to know if I could make more than one for the jam :D
I thought of the picture as islands floating in the sky, and wanted to make a game based around that concept, I'm thinking of making it so you have to solve a puzzle in each level related to gravity in some way.
And thank you for the compliment :D
Those look really great! Wish I had half the skill to model something like that xD
Can't wait to play your guys' games, this is actually only my second game jam. But I really like the weekly theme idea.
I'm using Game maker Studio 2. I'm not very fond of having to build renderers or other such things, so I feel content in using ready made game engines.
What language or software are you using?
And thanks tdelarosa :D I still have to implement pretty much everything xD. But hey, I still got about 3 days.
Making a 3/4ths view game with inspiration from Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, I'm quite happy with how it's turning out so far :D
And sweet roguelike Vedor! I always love a good roguelike every once in a while.