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Paul Kessel

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Thanks a lot ✨

I really liked what I could see from the game, but I cannot manage to find the solution of the first puzzle, with the three rocks and the gnomes :(

Thanks a lot !!!
It was exactly my goal ahah, glad you liked it 😊

Waw thanks!!! It happens that I just released a new game a few hours ago, don't hesitate to check it out, it is called "Trogloxène" !

love it💖

Oh wow, thank you so much for your feedback!!!

I'm really glad you were able to connect with the game in such a profound way, your comment means a lot to me!

Yes, I don't know why but on some mac computers there is a flickering problem with some of the objects of the game :(

I really enjoy using Tape, the minimalism of the UI and the overall simplicity of the software is like a breath of fresh air when you come from Trello and Jira. I find it very elegant and perfect for my workflow, but I understand it is not for everyone, since you cannot use it over different devices, or with other people.

I think it is a very nice alternative!✨

(oh and I think the best theme is "Pastel Night", Im already using softwares from Hundred Rabbits, and it was a nice surprise to see that you are using the same theme system!)

This is incredible!!!

I just finished it, it was awesome!!! The moody atmosphere, and the fusion of the deck building and the simple grid based strategy gameplay was incredible!

The game crashed a lot when I started, but then I updated it to the 1.1 and it ended up being super stable!

This is such a good game, I'm so impressed

OMG thanks it just saved my life ahah


Oh thanks ! Glad you enjoyed the idea. Your entry to the jam was really nice !

Thanks for the video, glad you liked the experience !

Thanks for the link! But im not sure it's really appropriate, since the game doesn't features any sound or music.. the point was to create rythm that depends on the player's input (the more you activate a group of stars the faster it moves and the quicker you have to activate it), wich doesn't fits with any kind of music (it would be awkward if there was any kind of audio feedback on that).
Thanks a lot for the proposition though, i didn't knew that jam and I might do it in the future!!

I really love it, feels so weird to play! nice piece of work

Well done! I see we had very similar ideas!

Thanks! Yes the games gets really tricky on some stars, im fixing it for a more stable update after the jam is over (ill put more graphics feedback too) 
Using mostly an azerty keyboard myself I tried to make the game enjoyable for everyone!

Reminded me from the Hotline Miami's mechanic of throwing your empty gun at your enemy's face, felt good to play with, well done!

You almost never needs all the keys at once, you got to manage the one that are useful for you !
Thanks !!!

really hard but so awesome! I love the aesthetic you picked here, and the gameplay feels so good! one of the best i've played so far, congratulations

it was really fun, and pretty, but i dont really see bow it fits with the theme? Good experience though, i liked it

yet another platformer-but-you-cant-jump, but this one feels really good and has some neat art. well done!

Good and simple idea that works perfectly! Plus some nice and minimalist sound design and aesthetic

I will develop the game further after the jam, but it will be on a specific device that i will create for this one game, where you can use both of your hand with buttons placed on easy position!

If your stuck its because the level are created with a random difficulty, there is a difficult point at the beginning and after that it gets easier, ill try to correct this 


I've left differents keys, maybe you could try some other combinaison of keys? 

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Thanks, thats actually the first game I make, so your experience of it helps me a lot to enhanced my future projects! 

Thanks for your video, if you enjoyed the hidden story (the "posters" thingy) there are actually 16 littles pixel art, wich tell everything that happened before, you can do a quick run to discover all of them if you want to

(on every image there a coded word !)
((the david cage joke was funny))

Well, another youtuber called "Cryptic Hybrid" made a video on the game, and he does finish it, so you could just watch his video to beat your problem!!!