Played a bit! Looks good, feels good, sounds good. I love that it's made with GB Studio. Looking forward to seeing more!
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Feels like it needs more space between obstacles with the strange control scheme. After a couple of tries I figured out what was going on, but it was still very difficult to maneuver. I do like the art and the uvula obstacle is really creative!
It's not easy to last long before hitting a cloud. The art style is pretty cute, but the sounds that the game makes as you play are a little too repetitive for my own comfort, especially for a multi-minute long level. The idea itself is good, though, and it makes for a cute little runner game.
Very much enjoyed! Short but sweet. A good concept to continue building from. The theme of blindness gave me extra anxiety, thinking I was going to end up leading Love into danger, but I very much loved the effect it had as I was slowly exploring and building up the world around me. Would love to see more!
I made this Game Jam with the intention to let whoever wanted to work and create do so without fear. Progress is progress!
I did have my own ideas for my submission, but I tossed out two projects with the intent to foster a third. Alas, circumstances kept me from completing this project. But here, at the end of the month and with the Game Jam drawing to a close in a day, I'd like to thank everybody who participated, and those of you who joined with the intention to participate, who ended up not being able to. (Like me.)
I appreciate every one of you, and I hope to see you again next time!
I'm sorry I haven't been responding to this thread! It's been an eventful month lol.
I love this concept to death! Gotta get those sheep! I especially love the cow with the minigun in the original version.
This is awesome!
Progress is progress, even if it's slow to come. I know the Jam is nearly over, but I'd love to keep seeing your progress! Also, I know the focus of the screenshot is on the trees, but that mottled ground texture is really drawing my eye too. I love how it breaks up the colors without losing its subtlety.
I'm thinking about asking my coworker for her mother's cookie recipe. They're a family of witches, apparently, and my coworker's son has been haunted since he was a kid. Very spooky cookies, I imagine.
But I'm most likely going to just have spiked hot chocolate and candy corn. Also, pumpkin pie is required.