Switch and Stack

  • Puzzle
  • Jonathan Ouf
  • 1 month ago
  • 29th

Description

Switch and Stack is a game about two characters who have the ability to stack on top of each other to get to unreachable places. However, each character has its own set of strengths and weaknesses.

Switch, the red character, can run fast, but can't jump very high. Stack, the blue character, can't run fast, but can jump pretty high.

Combining their strengths and weaknesses strategically is vital to success in this game.

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  • Ivar
    Ivar Ivar 14
    1 month ago

    Jeez, it's the last day of the rating weeks and you haven't got any feedback at all. There is much more to say than just general compliments.

    First of all, you don't make your character a square. All other objects have shading and details but the characters don't. They look like prototypes. If you aren't great at drawing characters, make something simple. A cute blob would do the job.

    The levels are all functional and I never got frustrated. But I would say that they are too easy. I never needed to use all the switching I had which is not what I want from a puzzle game. But too easy is better than too hard.

    One thing I really like is your collision physics. The character can jump through tight passages very smoothly.

    The main concept is simple but there is a lot of mechanics that make the puzzles more interesting. They are all well introduced and works as intended. It also fits great with the theme.

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Anonymous
    1 month ago

    You did a good, I liked the music a good. Was fun, would plat a second time.

  • abso1ution
    abso1ution abso1ution 4
    1 month ago

    I enjoyed the gameplay, you designed a lot good levels for your mechanics and it addressed the theme well.

  • SpaceMyFriend
    SpaceMyFriend SpaceMyFriend 12
    1 month ago

    Well done! Nice amount of content for jam. And the puzzles were all really well done!

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