After climate change hit the world, scientists worked tirelessly to find an alternative to Earth that we could escape to, but intergalactic space travel proven much too expensive
Instead, they have attempted to scientifically craft their own "micro-worlds" small test chambers that have had their climate randomly generated.
The stability of each world is currently unkown to the scientists and some could be devastatingly dangerous or boringly harmless.
You have been deemed expendable enough to go and explore these different climates; Armed with a peashooter weapon and the skin on your back it is up to you to find a micro-world stable enough to allow us to create a new Earth.
Controls: WASD (?) - Movement Lmb (?) - Shoot
Debug controls (use in case of bugs or severe annoyances ;) ) F1 - Skip level R - Reset level
MUSIC - 8 bit love! by the HeatlyBros (royalty free)
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Wow, this is really neat! From reading the description I just thought it was an excuse to use the small world theme, but I was pleasantly surprised when I played the game. All the different gimmicks are very creative and I was excited to keep playing just to see what the next twist would be. The graphics are a bit basic but they're effective (aside from one planet that was a bit too dark). The music is nice. I also enjoyed the message at the end.Submitted
The Mouse Trap
It was nice game with different rules and ways to play. I liked the music, sound effects could have been different though. Nice entry :)Submitted
Troll's Crabby Island
Really liked that each world had its own gimmick. I couldn't figure out the anti planet though, and had to skip it.
My main feedback is that some art could have added a really nice touch to it, it wasn't very nice to look at to be completely honest.
But overall it was a fun play, well done! :)Submitted
This shows how much you can do without being good at art. My favourite planet was... all of them. This must be the most innovative game I've ever seen in a gamejam.
As I said, the art is pretty nonexistent. I would recommend to contact a friend or someone you know and ask them to make art for your game. But until then, simple shapes and swapping colors in the background is definitely fine if you put attention to rest of the of the game.
EDIT: I forgot to mention the music. It's great, and the soundeffects are too :DSubmitted
You packed a lot of little interesting ideas into the levels. I think some ideas were very cool, some were a bit frustrating, but since it shakes things up each time you finish a level you never get stuck with a mechanic you don't like for too long.
Overall a quite enjoyable experience!Submitted
Your Old Friend
Game has great variety of different worlds with their own features, I liked them. Most of them was just too hostile to me, but it was good that you added the skip button so I could be able to see more of the game.
Music was joyful and fits quite good for this. Good job!Submitted
Take Care of Little Fellas
Great game. Felt a little long, but that might be good compared to the fact that most other games are pretty small. It felt like one of those games on coolmathgames, like the impossible game. Props to you my friend.Submitted
This game was much better than I expected it to be, very unique and creative throughout, and also very funny. Great job!Submitted
Blood and Volts
I loved seeing the new mechanic in each world! It took me a super long time to beat the one where you need to look at the statue ahaha. I was surprised at how fast the enemies were at first but got used to it. Overall it was a great game!Submitted