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Back to 1997! Created with the intention to get more people excited about making games inspired by late 90s aesthetics, is a month long 32-bit Jam :) This jam is for any project that looks like it belongs in the mid to late 90s. It's the perfect opportunity for developers and artists interested to dabble in 3D to have their first stab at it, as simple 3D visuals are part of the aesthetic. Full 2D submissions are also allowed, as long as they still feel like they belong in the same graphical era. Check out the full rules at the link below:
This game is so much fun!!! Lol this is such a great concept! The battles are tough but very fair, the controls are just excellent, music is really great as well.... This is just excellent all around!
I wasn't able to play this myself because I don't have access to a windows device at the moment, but I did watch it get played it on Twitch and it was a lot of fun! The character art is really cool and I just love the entire concept :)
Took me a while to understand how it works but once I did it was really fun! Super interesting twist on Minesweeper! Like others have commented, I could really see this game doing really well ported to smartphones :)
Pretty difficult but fun, makes you want to keep playing to get a level just right! I would really like an expanded release of this after the jam :) Also really loved the background music, really impressive that you made it all yourself!
Thank you so much! The camera following ranged attacks was definitely on our todo list, but we ran out of time! :(
About the difficulty, you really need to keep recruiting people in every level in order to have a team capable of taking on the next! If you fail to recruit at least a couple of people in each level, I would recommend retrying that level, even if you've cleared it. You're pretty much guaranteed to get rekt on levels 5-7 if you haven't built a solid team by then. There is however an exploit that you can use to save yourself If you haven't built a strong enough team and you got far: If you recruit someone and then you end up failing that level, you still get to use the recruited person in your retry.
Thank you for the comment! The mechanics are rather simplified in order to not be overwhelming with the small size, so I suppose it's actually a good introduction point for people with little to no experience with the genre :)
An amazing metroidvania with tight controls! I love how you delineated different areas with different color tiles, this really helps me stay oriented and keep track of where I've been/where to go!