I believe free games cannot be claimable as they are completely free. I don't have any control over this as a developer as far as I know.
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Yes. On both PAL and NTCS consoles. If you don't have an access to play roms on actual hardware Project64 emulator runs the game ok as well. Screenshots and videos are from the emulator as its easier to record.
Alt+F4 is global Windows hotkey to shut down the current process. You can use it to quit the game.
You are correct, that it should quit more easily, ie. use escape. I usually add esc to quit to my jam games nowdays.
@jayjayjay: You are a taxi crapet flyer and deliver customers around.
@bcoyle, @brianrose: It is a bit tricky to get the carpet into perfect position. When it is, the speed is good for even novices. Some of my friends tried to game without any help (other than having carpet in the right place) and they managed to get hang of it very fast. Try bending the carpet more into your lap. Thanks for the comments!
I just noticed that the video on the game page doesn't show up here. Here is some gameplay from jam night:
Engine: Unity with C#
3d art: Blender
2d art: Krita, Photoshop
Audio: Bfxr, Audacity
Might use Substance Designer/Painter if I end up needing advanced materials.
I will most likely put Unity project with the game upload for anyone to take a peek if they want.