Awesome! Glad you liked it.
Jordan O. & Co.
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I just realized I never commented on this game during the GMTK jam! This was a fantastic entry. I think it's a really elegant solution to use the distance of the mouse from the ship to allow the player to adjust the power of the thrust. Between that, direction, and the time that the player chooses to hold the button down, you've done a really good job at making a relatively complex system super easy to use with literally just one button. Bravo.
Thank you! This is new territory for me. Usually, the end of the Jam marks the end of my game lol. This one got so much good feedback, we're scoping out how to turn this into a feature-length.
Reading back through the comments, this is still one of my favorites. I figured I'd resurface this game on your notifications feed lol. We updated this to have 15 new levels and a better physics engine. Would love your feedback on this update! Also... we're running a Speedrun competition (with prizes) over on our Discord channel. Come hang out! https://discord.gg/gZmVadmG
Hopefully it's alright, we've been using this as a pull quote. Was honestly one of our favorite comments during the jam lol! Also, we updated this game to have 15 new levels and a better physics engine. Would love your feedback on this update! Also... we're running a Speedrun competition (with prizes) over on our Discord channel. Come hang out! https://discord.gg/gZmVadmG
Excellent little adventure. The car section took a bit of work, but was rewarding once I figured out a good pattern. Thanks for using my music! It matches the lighthearted feel of the game :)
Wow! This is a beautifully delivered story. It elegantly navigates the complexities of the human condition while providing an edifying message about broadening our perspectives and taming our inclinations toward misinformed criticism of others. I'm blown away at the artistry here. Outstanding.