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The camera is just following the player, the player smooths when slowing down and speeding up.

It's a fun short story game.

Thanks! I'm looking back at it now, I went ahead and added the full-screen button inside the level.

I made a dungeon platformer games using itch.io free assets. This key was exactly what I needed but all of these are a nice set for pixel RPG's.

Dungeon Platformer

I made a dungeon platformer games using itch.io free assets.  I just used the skull but there is a wide range of  useful icons, definitely going to save this for later too

Dungeon Platformer

I made a dungeon platformer games using itch.io free assets, the pixel torch made a great checkpoint system for the dungeon!

Dungeon Platformer

I'm back again haha, just wanted to tell you that I made a dungeon platformer games using itch.io free assets, the door was exactly what I was looking for!

Dungeon Platformer

I made a dungeon platformer games using itch.io free assets, the skeleton fit super well with the asthetics!

Dungeon Platformer

I made a dungeon platformer games using itch.io free assets.

Dungeon Platformer

I made a dungeon platformer games using itch.io free assets, I just used the knight that was free, but he fit the player role well.

Dungeon Platformer

Actually, the whole art style really fit together for this, I'll probably buy the Allcharacters pack later.

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I made a dungeon platformer games using itch.io free assets, this really helped set the environment!

Dungeon Platformer

I quickly needed a door for a dungeon, this really helped!

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Sorry, I don't know what I was thinking.

The tileset looks great though!

Cute froggy!

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Flowlab doesn't support Linux, I would try using other web browsers like Chrome and Firefox but still isn't guaranteed with the Linux OS.

It's a newer behavior that was added last month.

You may need an indie account to use the new behavior.

Thanks dude, I'm glade to a least give my first attempt at the GMTK Jam

Thanks, it was a quick attempt for the "Out of Control" theme. Glad you like the game!

Thanks for the feedback!

The game was made last minute, even for this Jam's Stander. I was having the same feeling as I was finishing up the last 30 minutes, I should've added more than just the discovery and replayability I was going for.

Yeah, I would've like to add more levels and content. Maybe next year I wont Juggle between 2 Jams 😅

Thank you, I'm glad you like it!

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Thanks, glad you liked it!

Thanks for the feedback, I'll make a note for next time

Glad you liked it! 

Dont worry, I reviewed your game too before the Jam ended . 😅

Thanks for the feedback, I was going for Replay and Discovery

Thanks! ✌

Thanks, I'm glad you liked it!

Thank you, I wish I had more time for developing the levels and more content.

Thanks! I was hoping Adjustments and Discovery would make the game "Out of Control".

Thank you, I'm glad you liked it!

Thanks to everyone who tried and reviewed the game!

I made the game last minute (on the last day) to try my first year at GMTK Jam... at the same time of already in the process of another Jam that was for 2 weeks. The 2 week Jam was for the small game engine I use. If you see this, I would love your feedback to the game I list below. The game is called Escape the Rewind, and I'll probably add it in itch.io after voting is done with it. Thank you & Have a great day!

https://flowlab.io/game/play/1454781

Ok, that was clever.

Having a window scroll with the game view + using arrow keys for player controls created a fun challenge.

Its a very cool concept, having to watch 2 different health bars was done very well.

Great concept, but I feel like it needs a goal.

Its a great game

The game is very relaxing, but also a little slow. I was going to say you should add a restart button, but after beating the game and restarting it, the restart and menu buttons where there. I love the Kurzgesagt art design you went with. The music is a bit too quite, but fits the game well.

Overall, this is a fun and relaxing game. Good luck!