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Maxim Loboda

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Godot is a very intuitive engine to use, has a good documentaion and is very version control friendly.
Our game is a driving arcade with lots of hardbass and a bit of memes
https://le-von.itch.io/donkbass-drifter

Its really hard to play on keyboard, also its kinda a shame that it has no sound at all, other than that its a nice game

Awsome game with clearly defined mechanics and good puzzles.

What a shame its so short, btw theres a bug, music starts to play multiple times when you restart sometimes

Thanks for feedback!

P.S. Html version is post jam

Thanks for playing! Were you playing the jam or post jam version?

Its a bug but new build(post jam) has it fixed

Does it actually work? :D

I didn't expect this game to be so fun. I spent around half an hour playing thius non-stop! I'm sure if you polish it up and add better visuals it will be a great arcade game.

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I d like to see improved mouse sensitivity or perhaps a way to choose it. Also the 64 by 64 resolution dosnt seem to work out that well on pc screen that sits right there in your face and would better suit mobile games. Maybe 128 or even 256 would be a better choice of resolution that would still preserve the games's artstyle. 

By the way, will you be posting this games' raw files so that godot enthusiasts could take a look?

P.S. Would like o see this this game with antialiasing on just for fun.

I suggest changing your previev to at least a more high res one, as at the moment it is one of the most repulsive previevs I've seen during this Jam.

I suggest changing your previev to at least a more high res one, as at the moment it is one of the most repulsive previevs I've seen during this Jam.

This is basically windowframe done worse.

Unfortunately I was unable to play this game as it only showed me pure black in fullscreen mode. This might be due to my monitor not being  16:9 aspect ratio