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Thank you so much!!

Thank you so much for taking the time to play and for your kind words!!

I really enjoyed this. I could see this being a simple mobile game or evolving into utter bullet-hell chaos. Fantastic work!

I love the concept! I found figuring out what to do a bit tough and had some difficulties reading the text of the cards, but the designs and flavor text on those cards was hysterical.

Hey - unfortunately with Unity games you need to zip up the entire folder that the .exe file is in (including the Gravity Jump_Data folder and UnityPlayer.dll plus whatever else) otherwise the game can't be played on others' computers. :(

This was an excellent entry!!! Had a lot of fun - super creative take on the theme and just a creative game in general. Fantastic work!

I enjoyed the minigames and found the visual style to be very cohesive!! I was a little stumped on objective though. Nice work!

I feel like introducing the second photographer later on would have helped ease us into the experience, in addition to reducing the number of spooky objects at once. All in all the gameplay felt a bit confusing but the visual presentation is top notch. I especially love the picture being taken and shown to you at the end.

I' a loss for words.

(definitely turn your volume down)

Laughing the entire time. Truly unbelievable. I will never be the same again.

Fellow dog game represent

Before I read the help screen and learned you could extend cars by holding, I couldn't land a hit on these dang frogs. I'm blown away at how smart they are. Great work!

I love this concept. It's a bit hard to read at a glance but that is part of the challenge. I'd love to see what other mechanics from Fruit Ninja could be brought in!

I love this concept!! Would love to see more levels with different shapes, maybe a time limit (or bonus for finishing quickly)!

This is one of those jam games that just utterly blows you away. It feels like the v1.0 version of an indie game I'd buy on Steam for $10. Masterful.

I love this!!! Agreed with the other comment - but the best thing a jam game can do is leave me wanting more :D

What a cool concept for a puzzle game!! I'd love to see this as a mobile title with more content :D

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This was a ton of fun!! If it was possible to unlock new cartridges within existing cartridges I could totally see this expanding into a bigger game concept.

This was awesome!! The vibes were immaculate and the entire experience was very smooth. A few of the puzzles saw me squeaking through with what felt like frames to spare, which was tense and exciting. Fantastic work!

title screen song 10/10

some notes:
- I get that this is supposed to be a rage platformer with hard controls, but the way in which the horse would gain like, rotational momentum never clicked with me. I thought it was hard enough to control even without suddenly going into a tailspin for what feels like making a minor adjustment while in midair.
- PLEASE include an option to invert camera X and Y input. They're backwards from what I'm used to and it lead to me not touching the camera the entire game, which was a handicap.
- The fact that you get stuck under the bouncepads if you don't jump ahead of time, and then if you do jump you get borderline softlocked bouncing straight up and down with no lateral velocity, made me sad

very cute concept, unfortunately due to it being a rage game I made it to level 7 and got fatigued lol

We worked on a pretty big update that's now live! We've uploaded a web build, the Windows build, and also got approved and are live on Google Play!

Huge update is live! We've uploaded a web build, the Windows build, and also got approved and are live on Google Play!

Huge update is live! We've uploaded a web build, the Windows build, and also got approved and are live on Google Play!

Huge update is live! We've uploaded a web build, the Windows build, and also got approved and are live on Google Play!

Echoing others who never saw a six, but I liked this take on mitigating RNG through on-the-fly decision-making! Awesome stuff :D

This was awesome!!! The risk/reward of getting additional chips made this a really interesting concept. This combat in an entire RPG?? Tons of room to explore ideas here. Fantastic work.

I'm not sure it was possible to roll a 5 or a 6, and the difficulty scaling was super crazy, but I really liked the visual style of the game! All of the characters were super charming and I was very impressed with this entry. Great work!

Made it all the way to first prestige. Very enjoyable. Would have loved to see other types of die as the upgrades (d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, d20...), but very nice either way. Great work!

This was wild!! Got huge Dungeon Dice Monsters energy from it - played for quite awhile through three full areas before realizing I wasn't sure what I was heading towards and stopping for now. Music, sound, and presentation were all very solid. Great work!

Positively hilarious. Great work.

Great work! The platforming did unfortunately feel a bit stiff, but I liked strategically getting hit to change status effects. With more effects and puzzles that could be solved in a few of the different effect modes, I think this could be a really neat fleshed out concept!

I had a lot of fun with this! Probably in part because my first rolled combo of AK + Arrow + Regen felt completely and utterly overpowered. That said, any jam game that I play for longer than a few minutes is surely worth a good rating. Love the presentation too! Fantastic work.

This was fantastic!! Really loved the art and polish on display. Would love a score counter! (Unless I'm totally blind and missed it - I died each time I played haha)

I really enjoyed this entry! (Though I did quit at the second green die level due to the twitch timing required 😅) - really creative use of the theme, tons of ideas on display. I especially enjoy that the die increment instead of picking randomly - nobody said the die had to roll randomly!

Great work for such a short development time! After dying super quickly by rolling a 1 followed by a 2, my new strategy became to avoid killing enemies at all costs. Not positive this was your goal but it seemed to carry me to victory after a lucky 6 when I landed on an enemy's head!

I liked this! Very clean presentation and I especially liked the cubic die, stylistically. One point of feedback I think I'd have is that I didn't really have to worry about what the die was doing up until the final moment of the level, though I only got to play the first few levels and it sounds like the difficulty ramps up from there. Huge props on knocking out a good chunk of content in just 48h!

Cute idea!! I got stuck on trying to get the dish out of the pot - it's possible I didn't fully understand what the interact key vs the activate key did...

We also had dice roll out of the play area which was frustrating when it was the one we wanted. 

Very impressive work for a 48h jam!

This was absolutely awesome. Took me a little while to get the hang of it but over time I started to internalize the rules and got much faster at evaluating each sheet. Charming, straightforward, and lots of fun. Great work!

I liked this!! Changing up weapons upon your dodge roll (dice roll - hah) was great because there'd be times I wanted a new weapon or times I'd want to dodge, forcing me to take one anyway. It kept me on my toes - I think the battlefield gets a bit cluttered with the dead enemies - do they despawn at any point?

Great work!

Totally valid!! Definitely a difference in philosophy but the fact remains you created an exceedingly polished and fun game in a super short time - I'm sure with more time I'd come to fully appreciate the nuances of the die as it's implemented.

Oh yeah last thing - in one level I managed to accidentally clip the die out of bounds. Was able to call it back but definitely lost that round. Is there a quick reset button?