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At first I had some problems figuring out how to minimize the Petri dish – but then I understood that you have to throw them into the trash bin ^^
I had a lot of fun experimenting with all that stuff. Maybe something like that would be great for biology lessons in schools. The sandbox character of this virtual pet/game could help built up intrinsic motivation. Really nice concept!

I absolutely love the idea of combining the virtual pet theme with an rpg aspect. There are still some minor bugs – but there really was little time for game development. All in all I like your concept.

It looks so cute! And I absolutely like these pixel art graphics.

A pet in a terminal – and best of all: its from the 80s! Really cool idea!

Thanks! Inkscape really rocks!

Nice! I absolutely like the idea to feed files to the virtual pet, this is something really unique – I fed him its own game files … is that cannibalism ^^

Thanks a lot. When the rating is over, I have to do something about the sound …

Thank you :)

Thank you! I will definitely check out your submission tomorrow (I have not much time today – but I already like the gameboy colors and the graphics ^^).

Replied to jam in 1HourPet comments

Thanks for the feedback! I am not sure if it is allowed to change assets / make changes to the code while games still get rated – so I will change the sound volume later.

Thank you!

Very cool! Clever way to use the CGA color palette!

These drawings are excellent.

What an unusual romance…

Nice platformer. I think the speed is ok, but the boss is very difficult.

So cute!

At first I could not play it since I don't have pico8. But then I found it here:

https://www.lexaloffle.com/bbs...

Really smart use of dithering. I like the graphics style.

Nice game! I once played such a 3d labyrinth game on win95 (it actually was a ms-dos game) when I was a child – but never got really far. This time I did it :)
After beating the dragon I also noticed that there is a map ^^

Nice game – it gets always faster :)

Seems like we used the same music (maybe you should give credit to Eric Skiff in some way since – according to his website – the music has been released under a Creative Commons Attribution License).

Nice implementation of the gravity theme. The way ships move in formation is really cool.

Awesome animations! Sound is quiet but nice.

Solid game.

I absolutely love this game.

Posted in 01 jam comments

Nice game. I also didn't know about the TIC-80.
Audio would be cool, but F4 and F5 gave me editors for sound and music when I tried to reload the page ^^

All these young people who don't understand what the term Β»color paletteΒ« means in computer graphics.

What a funny idea to create a game that can be completed by Jupiter Hadley when she reviews the games of this jam. Someone should do an under-one-minute-jam where every game can be played in such a short amount of time.

This game has a really unique style. I like how you used text to make shapes visible.

This is really cute.

Really cool game - it has the spirit of the 80s :)

Well, I don't have an Arduino, so I cannot test it – but I really like the idea of a hardware based game for two players.

Very nice. Before I started writing a maze game (I didn't know that there would be so many of them), I also thought about writing a single player reaction game, but making it a two player game is even cooler. I also like the idea that the players can choose a custom color. The determination of the winner could be a little bit faster, but all in all it is a nice game.

I did it -12 minutes and 41 seconds! At first I didn't understand that the question mark and the triangle in the main menu were buttons, but the everything worked very well. After playing all mazes, I must say that I really like the design of them. The time aspect is also an interesting idea.

Nice idea. It is fun to play – only the colors are a bit nasty … after a while I began to see crazy patterns :)

This is even harder than 'normal' flappy bird. At first I thought with 'printing' you mean output to the command line – but using a real printer is an interesting idea.

I wonder who is putting all these blind guys into the 1-bit-jam-mazes?!

The blinking boarders are a nice idea. They make orientation a little bit easier.

This is super easy, takes not much time to play and the sound isn't annoying – I like it.

This is really hard but a cool idea. I think I need more coffee to play this :)

Not strictly 1-bit but great fun and easy to understand.

Hunting these little beasts is great fun. It's also easy to play.

Poor guy! I like the story. The only problem I had, was that the signals became incomplete at some point which resulted in corrupted codes. However I didn't expect that ending :)

Very short, very cute and it features penguins – which is always a good thing :)

Nice Idea - especially the lama :)