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Thanks for the feedback. Im not sure what the image stutter problem that you are referring to is, as far as I know no other person has had this problem.  In regards to killing enemies that are aligned, that is actually possible.

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mine's a fast paced first person shooter with one bullet

https://itch.io/jam/gmtk-2019/rate/461047 (instructions are on the game's main page)

Its hard but fun. Pretty smart using one multiphase boss to do a boss rush game

I really like this

Already rated friend

Wow this was tough but it was still fun

The gravity of the planet really puts puts I nice spin on the one bullet mechanic a lot of other games in the jam used. An idea I think would be really cool is if multiple planets with different sizes of gravitational fields were used. That is if you plan to improve the game after the jam

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This is a really cool game I'd love to see more if this if you plan to improve it

Turns out I already rated this one in rate for a rate 1 

This is really cool. Though I think sometimes its not entirely clear where you will end up after jumping out of some parts of some platforms

Thanks for the feedback. Bullet speed is probably one of those factors that I'll tweak a lot if I develop this some more

Just finished rating

This was quite nice i would love to see it developed further

I'm sure you know the deal by now

https://itch.io/jam/gmtk-2019/rate/461047 (instructions in the description of the main game page)

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Just finished rating. Here's mine 

https://itch.io/jam/gmtk-2019/rate/461047 (The instructions are in the description of the game page)

The gameplay, art, and music all added up to make a very chill experience I think if this was expanded further it could make a relaxing game similar to stardew valley in which you don't just grow the food but you have to cook it for your restaurant

Mine's a fast paced first person shooter with only one bullet

https://itch.io/jam/gmtk-2019/rate/461047 

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Neat little game

Just finished rating

This is a neat idea and game. Though I couldn't tell if planets had gravitational fields like mario galaxy o not. If thy do, I think you could make it easier to tell but if they don't I think it could be a cool idea to implement if you want to develop this further 

same here

It takes a while to get used to but once you do the controls feel pretty great. Though the way to progress wasn't always clear. Overall its pretty nice

Just rated both of your games back to back and have come to the conclusion that i really like this concept

I really like this one. Hope you plan to develop it further. 

This is great. I feel like there could be a few more elements to give that feeling of being an overwhelmed crew member that I think you are going for

Thank you for the feedback I've been looking for games to play and rate so I will definitely get to yours

Thanks!

Great puzzle game, though I encountered a bug in which expanding while in the air caused me to get stuck in the ceiling above me

Thanks I spent some time working on the layout until it felt right.

I had seen entries in many other game jams and a lot of them are in 2D I figured if I made mine 3D it would stand out in some way.

I like this concept. I think this would make a great puzzle game if developed further

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Thanks for the feedback. A radar will be the first thing added if I develop this further

I really like using only on button to tell a narrative

Really fun quite liked it.

This is really cool. I especially like that the sword always one shots  to encourage risking getting close to the enemy

Controls are a bit slippery if you tighten them up a bit this would be great 

This is a neat little game. I think it could use a bit more though obstacles to fly over or under and maybe score system if you want to take  it in that direction

Do you have any plans to develop this further. I think it could make a great full puzzle game.