The game got into the top 20! Thank you so much to all who supported it! https://youtu.be/s2ebZXQ_J8Q?t=6m18s
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Pretty great concept and execution going on here. It's kinda fun to just gather up bullets and smack your enemies with them. I would say it would help to push the difficulty. It's much easier to dodge stuff when you can just grab it with your gravity well, so making there be more to dodge or restricting the well somehow would help a lot. Still, as is, it's a fun and solid game jam game. Good job!
I like the concept here. And there's a lot of enemy variety too. But I think the biggest issue you need to tackle moving foward is feedback. It's hard to tell when a spell works or when it's ready at an instant (the bars help, but not enough). It's also hard to tell the difference between your soldiers and enemy soldiers. Granted, you clearly didn't have time for sound and sound is a huge part of feedback, so it is very understandable. Otherwise, fun concept and fun gameplay. What more could you ask for?
Another game that I thought would feel repetitive with time, but the design of it keeps things growing and interesting. Checkpoints would be nice (I know it's score based, but it's more interesting with more commands), but otherwise really solid work.
Surprised at how consistently interesting you made this. The controls and level design could be refined, but the mechanics have some interesting nuances to them that makes it still fun to play.
Simple and well executed concept. It does get repetitive, and I think that one or two more mechanics wouldn't have hurt to build on the core concept, but the level design is solid and clever enough in enough spots to enjoy. Good job.
Fun and simple concept. I don't think the theme is too strong with it, but it is there. And the gameplay is good enough to be interesting. I do think it could have been more if there was a bit of a variance between speeds (i.e. the further you are on one side of the barrel, the faster you go) because right now it's a jarring switch between directions when you, well, change directions. I had fun though, so good job either way.
It can be a little hard to get a grasp of all of the nuances of the mechanics, but it's a super fun thing to just sit back and watch your city expand while you nudge it in the right direction. Bravo.
It's a cool idea, but I think it need a bit more to give player control over what robot they select, or at least feedback indicated which one they'll pass over too. The pixel art and polish is great, though, so I would still be proud of it if I were you.
I love the concept and the polish, and this really should be considered for the shortlist. That being said the difficulty is just too brutal. You die really fast and there's no health bar that you can keep track of. Plus, some enemies are crazy hard. All that being said, I still enjoyed what I played of it. Great job.
Simple, but charming. Had a good if brief time playing. Still, for switching engines halfway, it turned out very well. And I particularly like the environmental pixel art. Looks really good.
Dude, you sold yourself short on your comment on my game. This is quite well done, with some interesting mechanics I hadn't even thought of. The controls can be a bit buggy sometimes, but it's a true sign that it's a fun game that I kept going anyway. Good job.
Dude, I am in love. There is something so fun and goofy about being able to pick up anything, especially bullets. And it works mechanically too. I think there is some missed potential in making certain non-bullet/explosive pick-ups have different properties, but it's hard to complain when the core is solid. Good job, mate. Good job.
Oh my god your game is so charming. I like the mechanics and concept and derpy fish and wanted to rate it as highly as I could, but I feel like the level design pulled a few too many nasty tricks that didn't feel fair (those damn mines). Still, it's one of the better game jam games I've played and you should be proud of it (and make more starring this derpy fish)