NDS

NDS

  • trolologames
  • 1 year ago
  • Disqualified

Description

Keybord:

"R" Restart game

"LEFT_BUTTON" Use Light

"A" Left

"D" Right

"SPACE" Jump

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  • Tero Hannula

    What was this :D But yeah, trololgames and labyrinth of confuse indeed. These jams are good time to try new things and learn, I assume you tried the light system here and learned quite bit about it? It didn't create itself or go in the wanted direction, you could try search what caused it. I don't recommend try continue this game, but understand why it didn't work like most assumed it should.

  • gary butler
    gary butler gary butler Level 7

    Not gonna lie. I kinda love this, even though I can't play it almost at all. Wonderful aesthetic, just too high of a difficulty curve for me. Or maybe that was on purpose. ส็็็็็็็็็็็็็็็็็็็_(ツ)_ส้้้้้้้้้้้้้้้้้้้้

  • Kwisarts
    Kwisarts Kwisarts Level 49

    I mean hem... the game doesn't seem finished. I think it was a bit too ambitious for 48 hours, especially if you indeed are a novice. The light thing especially seemed over the top, it didn't work the way it should.

    Next time, maybe try to have a lower scope, it's okay to make something simple :)

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Avatar Anonymous

    I'm not 100% sure what was going on here. The light seems to move randomly and doesn't cover where your mouse is aiming half the time.

    The enemies also don't seem to do anything - you can walk into them and nothing happens.

    You can also jump towards the edge of a platform and just stand in thin air with the footstep sound repeating endlessly.

    The idea of light pockets with a light 'cannon' is quite cool. I'm just not really sure what to do.

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Avatar Anonymous

    I'm very confused. This seems like a cool game with its mechanics but with no controls, story or ability to see, it is a very hard game to play.

Post-mortem

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